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YORK 

CORRUGATING 

COMPANY 




Manufacturers of 

Sheet Metal Products 

Jobbers of 

Tin Plate, Metals 
and Tinners' Supplies 




.york: 



YORK • HARRISBURG 

PENNSYLVANIA 



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■■{ YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY }■■ 




PLANT OF YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY, YORK, PA. 



YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF 

Tinners' and Roofers' Supplies 



Tin Plate in Boxes 
Tin Plate in Rolls 
Black Sheets 
Galvanized Sheets 
Toncan Sheets 
Armco Sheets 
Keystone Sheets 
Galvanized Roofing 
Galvanized Siding 
Painted Roofing 
Painted Siding 
Sheet Zinc 
Sheet Copper 
Auto Sheets 
Corrugated Sheets 
Elbows and Shoes 
Roof Cement 



Ovens 

Metal Shingles 

Galvanized Cornices 

Copper Cornices 

Skylights 

Ventilators 

Conductor and Gutter 

Mitres and End Pieces 

Gutter Hangers 

Pipe Hooks and Fasteners 

Tinners' Tools 

Hot Air Pipe 

Stove Pipe 

Stove Pipe Elbows 

Registers and Borders 

Bolts and Rivets 

Solder and Paint 



i YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY >••■■ 



Foreword 



TN presenting this catalogue to you, it has been our 
■*■ aim to give you all the information necessary to form 
an intelligent idea of one line of sheet metal products 
manufactured by us; also to present, for your approval, 
a great variety of tinners' tools and supplies which we 
carry in stock. 

Your attention is especially directed to our Conduc- 
tor Pipe and Eaves Trough, manufactured from Gal- 
vanized Steel, Armco Ingot Iron, Toncan Metal, Key- 
stone and Copper. These goods are acknowledged by 
the Trade to embody the highest quality workmanship 
and materials. 

The geographical location of the YORK CORRUGA- 
TING COMPANY is particularly favorable, and pur- 
chasers of our products are assured prompt and 
economical deliveries. 

The information contained in this catalogue will 
be of value to you, and we respectfully solicit your 
business. 



-{ YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY }•■ 



Terms 

1. All prices subject to change without notice. 

2. Net cash, sixty days after date of invoice — or cash discount 
allowed if paid within ten days as per stamp on bill. 

3. Parties desiring credit must have satisfactory rating or 
reference. 

4. No goods will be shipped C. O. D. with draft and bill of 
lading attached unless part payment is made in advance, to 
insure acceptance. 

5. All claims for errors must be made immediately upon receipt 
of goods. 

6. To avoid unnecessary delays and mistakes, customers will 
please send their orders, inquiries and remittances upon 
separate sheets. 

7. All quotations and orders subject to strikes, accidents and 
other causes beyond our control. 

8. No goods to be returned without our written consent. 

9. Specially made goods are not returnable under any condition. 

10. A handling charge of 10% of the purchase price, in addition 
to freight and drayage is made on all goods returned. 

11. Interest at the rate of 6% per annum will be charged on all 
overdue accounts. 

12. Loss and damage to goods: Our responsibility ceases upon de- 
livery of goods in good order and condition to transportation 
company. We, as senders, have no legal claim upon the 
goods after they are delivered to the carriers, properly con- 
signed; the ownership has then passed from us to the 
consignee. 



>...£ 



i YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY }-< 



Standard List Prices — Per Foot 

Galvanized Eaves Trough 

Made in 10-foot lengths from Copper, Galvanized Steel, Toncan 
Metal, Ingot Iron and Keystone Open Hearth Copper Bearing Ma- 
terial. 

Toncan Ingot and Keystone are not made lighter than 28 gauge. 
Nos. 30 and 27 gauge not carried in stock and we recommend the 
use of the next heavier gauge. 




Single Bead Lap Joint Eaves Trough 



Size, Inches 

No. 29 Gauge 

No. 28 Gauge. .... 

No. 26 Gauge 

No. 24 Gauge 



m 



$0.15 
.17 
.21 



$0.17 
.19 
.23 
.33 



$0.19 
.20 
.24 

.34 



6 



$0.24 
.25 
.31 
.40 



$0.30 
.32 
.40 
.50 



8 



$0.40 
.42 
.50 
.60 



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Single Bead Slip Joint Eaves Trough 



Size, Inches 

No. 29 Gauge 

No. 28 Gauge 

No. 26 Gauge 

No. 24 Gauge 



3 ] , 



$0.17 
.19 
.23 



$0.19 
.21 
.25 
.35 



$0.21 
.22 
.26 
.36 



$0.26 
.27 
.33 

.42 



$0.32 
.34 
.42 
.52 



8 



$0.42 
.44 
.52 
.62 



i YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY >• 



Standard List Prices — Per Foot 



Galvanized Eaves Trough (Continued) 




Double Bead Lap Joint Eaves Trough 



Size, Inches 

No. 29 Gauge 

No. 28 Gauge 

No. 26 Gauge 

No. 24 Gauge 



3K 



$0.22 
.23 
.28 



$0.24 
.25 
.30 
.44 



$0.26 
.27 
.32 
.45 



$0.31 
.33 
.40 
.55 



$0.37 
.39 
.50 
.60 



8 



$0.47 
.50 
.60 
.70 




Double Bead Slip Joint Eaves Trough 



Size, Inches 3^2 

No. 29 Gauge $0.24 

No. 28 Gauge . .25 

No. 26 Gauge . .30 

No. 24 Gauge 



$0.26 
.27 
.32 
.46 



$0.28 
.29 

.34 
.47 






$0.33 

.35 

.42 
.57 



$0.39 
.41 
.52 
.62 



8 



$0.49 
.52 
.62 

.72 



i YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY }•■■-- 



Heavy Gauges Galvanized Eaves Trough 





Single Bead 
Lap Joint 


Single Bead 
Slip Joint 


Double Bead 
Lap Joint 


Double Bead 
Slip Joint 




.si 


No. 
22 


No. 
20 


No. 
18 


No. 
22 


No. 
20 


No. 
18 


No. 
22 


No. 
20 


No. 
18 


No. 
22 


No. 
20 


No. 

18 


si 

COM 


3K 


$ .44 


$ .54 


$ .64 


$ .46 


$ .56 


$ .66 


$ .54 


$ .64 


$ .74 


$ .56 


$ .66 


$ .76 


3^ 


4 


.46 


.56 


.66 


.48 


.58 


.68 


.56 


.66 


.76 


.58 


.68 


.78 


4 


5 


.49 


.59 


.69 


.51 


.61 


.71 


.59 


.69 


.79 


.61 


.71 


.81 


5 


6 


.53 


.63 


.73 


.55 


.65 


.75 


.63 


.73 


.83 


.65 


.75 


.85 


6 


7 


.57 


.67 


.77 


.59 


.69 


.79 


.67 


.77 


.87 


.69 


.79 


.89 


7 


8 


.60 


.70 


.80 


.62 


.72 


.82 


.70 


.80 


.90 


.72 


.82 


.92 


8 


9 


.65 


.75 


.85 


.67 


.77 


.87 


.75 


.85 


.95 


.77 


.87 


.97 


9 


10 


.69 


.79 


.89 


.71 


.81 


.91 


.79 


.89 


.99 


.81 


.91 


1.01 


10 



COLD ROLLED COPPER 



05 


Single Bead 
Lap Joint 


Single Bead 
Slip Joint 


Double Bead 
Lap Joint 


Double Bead 
Slip Joint 


K 




14 oz. 


16 oz. 


14 oz. 


16 oz. 


14 oz. 


16 oz. 


14 oz. 


16 oz. 


If 

Wm 


4 


28 


32 


31 


35 


37 


40 


40 


43 


4 


5 


33 


36 


36 


39 


40 


45 


43 


48 


5 


6 


39 


44 


42 


47 


50 


55 


53 


58 


6 


7 


49 


54 


52 


57 


57 


64 


60 


67 


7 


8 


56 


63 


59 


66 


67 


75 


70 


78 


8 


9 


72 


80 


75 


83 


84 


92 


87 


95 


9 


10 


85 


95 


88 


98 


97 


1.07 


1.00 


1.10 


10 



Always state whether you want Single or Double Bead, Slip or Lap Joint. 
Single Bead, Slip Joint will be shipped unless otherwise ordered. 
Eaves Trough packed in Crates containing 250 feet each. 



'--{ YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY }• 



Improved Mitres 



In producing this Mitre we do not hesitate to recommend it to be one of the 
best Mitres on the market today and you will agree with us when you see it. 

This Mitre is made in two pieces, the one has a small lip to extend over the 
other on the bottom through which it is riveted and then soldered. You will 
note the joint at the bead, "the weak place in all mitres" is re-inforced with a 
special Die Cut Plate. 



The Strongest Mitre Made 




DIE CUT PLATE 
REINFORCING 
THE CORNER 



DIE CUT PLATE 
REINFORCING 
THE CORNER 




GALVANIZED STEEL LIST PRICES PER DOZEN 



Size, Inches 

Lap Joint, Single Bead . 
Lap Joint, Double Bead 
Slip Joint, Single Bead . 
Slip Joint, Double Bead 



3V 2 



$7.50 
10.50 
10.50 
13.50 



$8.00 
11.00 
11.00 
14.00 



$9.25 
12.25 
12.25 
15.25 



6 



$11.75 
14.75 
14.75 
17.75 



$15.75 
18.75 
18.75 
21.75 



COPPER LIST PRICES PER DOZEN 



Size, Inches 

Lap Joint, Single Bead . 
Lap Joint, Double Bead 
Slip Joint, Single Bead . 
Slip Joint, Double Bead 



$10.80 
13.80 
13.80 
16.80 



$11.40 
14.40 
14.40 
17.40 



$13.20 
16.20 
16.20 
19.20 



$20.04 
23.04 
23.04 
26.04 



$25.80 
28.80 
28.80 
31.80 



■{ YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY }•■ 



End-Pieces 



Both Ends and Outlets are Double Seamed — Not Soldered 
Cannot Leak or Come Apart 



ct 




S 



B C 

Drop End 

Are perfectly and smoothly formed, very durable, neat in appearance and unequaled for strength. 



Packed as Follows: 



( D Ends — 3 and 4 inch, with 2 inch drop, 10 doz. per crate, 

4 inch with 3 inch drop and larger sizes, 5 doz. per crate. 
( C Ends — 3 to 5 inch, 20 doz. per box. Larger sizes, 10 doz. per box. 



GALVANIZED STEEL— List Prices per Dozen 



2W 



3M" 



8" 



No. 29 Gauge 
'D" Ends, Single Bead. . 
'D" Ends, Double Bead. 

*B" Drops only 

*C" Ends only 



No. 28 Gauge 
"D" Ends, Single Bead. . 
"D" Ends, Double Bead. 

"B" Drops only 

"C" Ends only 



No. 27 Gauge 
"D" Ends, Single Bead. . 
"D" Ends, Double Bead. 

"B" Drops only 

"C" Ends only 



No. 26 Gauge 
"D" Ends, Single Bead. . 
"D" Ends, Double Bead. 

"B" Drops only 

"C" Ends only 



No. 24 Gauge 
"D" Ends, Single Bead . 
"D" Ends, Double Bead. 

"B" Drops only 

"C" Ends only. 



$0.80 



$0.90 



.90 



.95 



1.00 



1.20 



$2.50 
3.10 
1.00 
1.30 



1.00 



1.05 



1.10 



1.35 



2.75 
3.40 
1.10 
1.45 



$2.50 
3.10 
1.10 
1.30 



2.75 
3.40 
1.20 

1.45 



2.90 
3.55 
1.15 
1.50 



3.10 
3.90 
1.25 
1.65 



3.75 
4.65 
1.50 
1.95 



$2.70 
3.30 
1.20 
1.50 



3.00 
3.65 
1.35 
1.65 



2.90 
3.55 
1.25 
1.50 



3.10 
3.90 

1.40 
1.65 



3.75 
4.65 
1.65 
1.95 



3.10 
3.80 
1.40 

1.75 



$3.00 
3.60 
1.30 
1.60 



3.30 
3.95 
1.45 
1.75 



3.45 
4.15 
1.50 
1.85 



3.40 
4.15 
1.50 
1.90 



4.05 
4.95 
1.80 
2.25 



$3.00 
3.60 
1.30 
1.60 



3.75 
4.50 
1.65 
2.00 



4.50 
5.40 
1.95 
2.40 



3.30 
3.95 
1.45 

1.75 



$3.60 
4.30 
1.60 
1.90 



3.95 

4.75 
1.75 
2.10 



3.45 
4.15 
1.50 
1.85 



3.75 

4.50 
1.65 
2.00 



4.50 
5.40 
1.95 
2.40 



4.15 
4.95 
1.85 
2.20 



$4.00 
4.75 

2.30 



4.40 
5.25 

2^55 



4.60 
5.45 

2^65 



4.50 
5.40 
2.00 
2.40 



5.40 
6.45 
2.40 
2.85 



$4.20 
5.00 

2^80 



4.65 
5.50 

3.10 



4.85 
5.75 

3^20 



5.00 
5.95 

2.90 



5.25 
6.25 

3^50 



6.00 6.30 
7.15 7.50 

3.45 



4.20 



Made in Nos. 28 and 26 Gauges only. 

List Prices the same as corresponding Gauges above. 



Made from Cold Rolled Copper 
COPPER END PIECES— List Prices Each 





2" 


2V 2 " 


3" 


$ l A" 


4" 


W 


5" 


6" 


7" 


8" 


"D" Ends, Single Bead. 

"D" Ends, Double Bead 

"B" Drops only 


$0.35 


$0.40 


$0.95 

1.20 
.40 
.40 


$1.00 
1.25 

.45 
.45 


$1.05 

1.30 

.45 

.45 


$1.10 
1.35 

.48 
.48 


$1.10 
1.35 

.48 
.48 


$1.15 
1.40 

.50 
.50 


$1.30 

1.55 

.60 

.60 


$1.50 

1.75 

.70 


"C" Ends only 


.70 



i YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY }-> 



O. G. Box and Roof Gutters 

PLAIN ROOF GUTTERS 




Size 



Style A 
Depth 
Z x /i inches 
4^ inches 
53^ inches 
6% inches 



Size 



Style B 

Depth 
3}4 inches 
4^ inches 
6 inches 



Girth 
12 inches 
14 inches 
20 inches 
24 inches 




Girth 
15 inches 
20 inches 
24 inches 



BOX GUTTERS 




Size 

3 3^2 inches 

4 inches 

5 inches 

6 inches 

7 inches 



Size 

4 inches 

5 inches 

6 inches 

7 inches 

8 inches 



Style C 
Depth 
3 inches 
2 3/2 inches 
334 inches 
3% inches 
43^2 inches 



Girth 
10 inches 
10 inches 
12 inches 
14 inches 
16 inches 




Style D 

Depth 

23^ inches 
3 inches 
3% inches 
5 inches 
5% inches 



Girth 

10 inches 
12 inches 
15 inches 
18 inches 
20 inches 



10 



i YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY }- 



Box Gutters (Continued) 




Size 

3 J/2 inches 

4 inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 



Style E 

Depth 
3 inches 
33^2 inches 
3^ inches 
43^2 inches 
5 inches 
6% inches 



Girth 
10 inches 
12}^ inches 
13 inches 
15 inches 
18 inches 
22 inches 




Size 

3 inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 
inches 



4 
5 
6 
7 



8 inches 



Style F 

Depth 
2j^ inches 
33^2 inches 
43^2 inches 
53^ inches 
S l /2 inches 
5% inches 



Girth 

10 inches 
13 inches 
16 inches 
18 inches 
20 inches 
22 inches 



r-*-- j***** 1 .:*'* 



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Style G 



Size 


Depth 


Girth 


3 inches 


2% inches 


9% inches 


33^2 inches 


33^8 inches 


1 inches 


4 inches 


4 inches 


13 inches 


5 inches 


4^ inches 


15 inches 


6 inches 


6 inches 


18 inches 


8 inches 


73^8 inches 


22 inches 



11 



i YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY >•• 



Box Gutters (Continued) 



2-Cb^ 






Size 

33^ inches 

4 inches 

5 inches 

6 inches 

7 inches 



Style J 

Depth 
3^4 inches 
3% inches 
4^ inches 
5% inches 
6^8 inches 



Girth 
10 inches 
13 inches 
16 inches 
18 inches 
20 inches 



. Tk»e*ar*^^ii?«^^ 






Size 

3}4 inches 

4 inches 

5 inches 

6 inches 

7 inches 

8 inches 



Style K 

Depth 
2% inches 
4 inches 
43^2 inches 
53^ inches 
5% inches 
734 inches 



Girth 
10 inches 
12 inches 
15 inches 
18 inches 
20 inches 
24 inches 



LIST PRICES— O. G. BOX AND ROOF GUTTERS 
Styles A, B, C, D, E, F, G, J, K— Per Foot 



Girth 


No. 29 


No. 28 


No. 26 


No. 24 


8 


$ .17 


$ .18 


$ .23 


$ .32 


10 


.19 


.20 


.24 


.34 


12 


.24 


.25 


.31 


.40 


14 


.30 


.32 


.40 


.50 


15 


.33 


.35 


.43 


.53 


18 


.40 


.42 


.50 


.60 


20 


.46 


.48 


.58 


.68 



Intermediate Girths take list as next higher Girth. Wider than 30 inches, add proportionately. 
The above products furnished in Open Hearth Iron, Toncan Metal, Ingot and Copper. 
Mitres can be furnished for all Box Gutters. The net price each of mitres is the same as the 
list price of gutters per foot. 



12 



■•{ YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY }• 



Conductor Pipe 



Made in 10-foot lengths from Copper, Galvanized Steel, Toncan Metal, 
Ingot Iron, and Keystone Open Hearth Copper Bearing material. 

We do not hesitate to recommend our Conductor Pipe to be perfectly first 
class, both as to material and workmanship. Toncan Ingot and Keystone Ma- 
terial are not furnished lighter than 28 gauge. 

Always state whether Round Corrugated, Square Corrugated, Plain Round or 
Plain Square is wanted. Round Corrugated will be shipped unless otherwise 
ordered. 




Round Corrugated Conductor Pipe 

ROUND CORRUGATED CONDUCTOR PIPE 

Galvanized Steel, "Armco" Ingot Iron and "Toncan" Metal 

Standard Sizes and Gauges 

List Prices per Lineal Foot — Minimum Weight psr 100 Lineal Feet 





No. 29 Gauge 


No. 28 


Gauge 


No. 26 Gauge 


No. 24 Gauge 






Per 


Pounds 


Per 


Pounds 


Per 


Pounds 


Per 


Pounds 




Sizes 
Inches 


foot 


per 

100 ft. 


foot 


per 
100 ft. 


foot 


per 
100 ft. 


foot 


per 

100 ft. 


Sizes 
Inches 


2 


$ .17 


47 


$ .18 


51 


$ .23 


59 


$ ... 




2 


3 


.19 


58 


.20 


63 


.24 


74 


.34 


95 


3 


4 


.26 


76 


.28 


82 


.34 


96 


.46 


123 


4 


5 


.37 


94 


.39 


102 


.46 


119 


.60 


152 


5 


6 


.46 


111 


.50 


121 


.58 


141 


.72 


180 


6 




Square Corrugated Conductor Pipe 

SQUARE CORRUGATED PIPE— Per Foot 





No. 29 Gauge 


No. 28 Gauge 


No. 26 Gauge 


No. 24 Gauge 






















Com- 


Correct 


Per 


Pounds 


Per 


Pounds 


Per 


Pounds 


Per 


Pounds 


monly 


Sizes 


foot 


per 


foot 


per 


foot 


per 


foot 


per 


T'rm'd 


Inches 




100 ft. 




100 ft. 




100 ft. 




100 ft. 


Inches 


m*2H 


$ .22 


46 


$ .23 


50 


$ .29 


59 


$ ..- 




2 


2}ix3H 


.23 


60 


.24 


65 


.30 


76 


.40 


98 


3 


2Mx4^ 


.30 


80 


.31 


87 


.38 


101 


.50 


130 


4 


3^x5 


.40 


99 


.42 


107 


.50 


125 


.65 


160 


5 



13 



i YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY £••■ 



Conductor Pipe (Continued) 




Plain Round Conductor Pipe 



PLAIN ROUND PIPE— Per Foot 
23^2 hi- a n< 3 3}/2 in. Plain Pipe Discontinued 





No. 29 Gauge 


No. 28 


Gauge 


No. 26 


Gauge 


No. 24 


Gauge 




Sizes 
Inches 


Per 
foot 


Pounds 

per 
100 ft. 


Per 

foot 


Pounds 

per 
100 ft. 


Per 

foot 


Pounds 

per 
100 ft. 


Per 
foot 


Pounds 

per 
100 ft. 


Sizes 

Inches 


114 


$ .17 


32 


$ .18 


35 


$ .23 




$ ... 




iH 


2 


.17 


40 


.18 


44 


.23 


51 






2 


3 


.19 


58 


.20 


63 


.24 


74 


.34 


95 


3 


4 


.26 


76 


.28 


82 


.34 


96 


.46 


123 


4 


5 


.37 


94 


.39 


102 


.46 


119 


.60 


152 


5 


6 


.46 


111 


.50 


121 


.58 


141 


.72 


180 


6 




Plain Square Conductor Pipe 



PLAIN SQUARE PIPE— Irregular— Per Foot 



Size in Inches 



2x3 



2x4 2 3^x4 3x4 



3 3^x5 4x5 



4x6 



28 Gauge 
26 Gauge 
24 Gauge 
22 Gauge 

20 Gauge 



.25 
.31 

.49 
.55 
.65 



.30 
.36 
.54 
.60 
.70 



$ .32 
.38 
.56 
.62 

.72 



$ .35 
.41 
.59 

.65 
.75 



.42 $ .45 
.48 .51 

.66 .69 



.72 
.82 



.75 
.85 



$ .50 

.56 

.74 
.80 
.90 



PLAIN ROUND AND ROUND CORRUGATED PIPE 

All Galvanized Pipe per Lineal Foot 

Irregular Sizes and Gauges 



Sizes in Inches 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 9 


10 


28 Gauge 

26 Gauge 


$ ... 

.60 
.70 


$ 


70 
80 


$ 


80 
90 


$ 
1 


90 

00 


$ .70 

.76 

.94 

1.00 

1.10 


$ .80 

.86 

1.04 

1.10 

1.20 


$ .90 

.96 

1.14 

1.20 

1.30 


$1.00 
1.06 


24 Gauge 

22 Gauge 


1.24 
1.30 


20 Gauge 


1.40 























COLD ROLLED COPPER PIPE 










Plain Round and Round Corrugated 


Square Corrugated 


Size in Inches 


1H&2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


Size in Inches 


2 


3 


4 


5 


14 Oz 


.27 
.30 


.33 
.36 


.47 
.51 


.63 
.69 


.80 
.90 


14 Oz 


.28 
.31 


.37 
.40 


.49 
.53 


.65 


16 Oz 


16 Oz 


.75 



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Galvanized Elbows and Shoes 

Round Corrugated 




No. 

30 degrees 




No. 1 

45 degrees 




No. 2 

60 degrees 



1 1 %t 
Iffl 



No. 3 

75 degrees 




No. 4 

90 degrees 



Heaviest Gauge 

Elbows and Shoes 

on the Market 




No. 3 Shoe 
75 degrees 



LIST PRICE— Per Piece 





Galvanized Steel 


Toncan, Ingot and 
Keystone 


14 oz. Copper 


16 oz. Copper 


Inches 


Elbows 


Shoes 


Elbows 


Shoes 


Elbows 


Shoes 


Elbows 


Shoes 


2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


$ .30 

.36 

.60 

1.25 

1.50 


$ .40 

.48 

.75 

1.50 

1.80 


$ .40 

.48 

.75 

1.45 

1.75 


$ .50 

.60 

.90 

1.65 

2.00 


$ .70 

.90 

1.35 

2.00 

2.85 


$ .75 
1.00 
1.50 
2.25 
3.15 


$ .75 
1.00 
1,50 
2.25 
3.15 


$ .85 
1.10 
1.65 
2.50 
3.50 



When ordering state both number and size. No. 3 will be furnished unless otherwise specified. 



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No. 
30 degrees 



Galvanized Elbows and Shoes (Continued) 

Plain Round 




No. 4 

90 degrees 





No. 1 

45 degrees 



No. 2 

60 degrees 



Heaviest Gauge 

Elbows and Shoes 

on the Market 




No. 3 

75 degrees 




No. 3 Shoe 

75 degrees 









LIST 


PRICE— Per Piece 








Size 


Galvanized Steel 


Toncan, Ingot and 
Keystone 


14 oz. 


Copper 


16 oz. Copper 


Inches 


Elbows 


Shoes 


Elbows 


Shoes 


Elbows 


Shoes 


Elbows 


Shoes 


2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


$ .30 

.36 

.60 

1.25 

1.50 


$ .40 

.48 

.75 

1.50 

1.80 


$ .40 

.48 

.75 

1.45 

1.75 


$ .50 

.60 

.90 

1.65 

2.00 


$ .70 

.90 

1.35 

2.00 

2.85 


$ .75 
1.00 
1.50 
2.25 
3.15 


$ .75 
1.00 
1.50 
2.25 
3.15 


$ .85 
1.10 
1.65 
2.50 
3.50 




Square Corrugated 

In ordering state Number of Elbow 
or No. 3 Angle will be sent. 



Square Elbow "A" 
No. 3. 



Square Elbow "B" 
No. 3. 



LIST PRICE— Per Piece 




Size 


Galvanized Steel 


Toncan > Ingot and 
Keystone 


14 oz. Copper 


16 oz. Copper 


Inches 


Elbows 


Shoes 


Elbows 


Shoes 


Elbows 


Shoes 


Elbows 


Shoes 


2 
3 

4 
5 
6 


$ .40 

.50 

.65 

1.00 

1.20 


$ .50 

.60 

.80 

1.25 

1.40 


$ .60 

.70 

.90 

1.35 

1.70 


$ .75 

.85 

1.10 

1.60 

2.00 


$ .85 
1.10 

1.60 
2.40 
3.40 


$ .90 
1.20 
1.80 
2.75 
3.75 


$ .90 
1.20 
1.80 
2.75 
3.75 


$1.05 
1.35 
2.00 
3.00 
4.20 



Style B Same List as Style A. 
Discount per cent. 



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Portico Elbows 



Patented 



For Speaking Tubes, Refrigerators, Gasoline Lighting Plants, Incubators, Etc. 
One Piece, Smooth Back, Galvanized after Formation 




45° —No. 1 






60° —No. 2 



75° —No. 3 



90° —No. 4 



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Galvanized Steel and Terne 










Elbows 




Shoes 




Inches 










Piece 


Dozen 


Piece 


Dozen 


1 


$ .15 


$1.80 


$ .18 






$2.16 


iM 


.18 


2.16 


.22 






2.64 


1H 


.20 


2.40 


.25 






3.00 


2 


.30 


3.60 


.40 






4.80 





The Best Ever Made 

No Solder used in IKSSHBH Mftr T:;t 

iftftfl putting them together 

Corrugated Plain 

Galvanized after formation. No Stronger Cut off made. 

PRICE LIST— Both Styles 

Plain Round 
Round Cor'gated 

2 inch per dozen, $ 7 . 00 $7.50 

3 inch per dozen, 8.00 8.00 

4 inch per dozen, 11 . 00 11 . 00 

5 inch per dozen, 20.00 20.00 

6 inch per dozen, 24.00 24.00 

Discount per cent. 



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Table Showing Contents in Dozens of 
Standard Elbow Cartons 
20x20x24 O. D. 



PLAIN ROUND 



ROUND CORRUGATED 



Inches 


No. 1 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


Shoes 


2 


20 


20 


18 


15 


15 


3 


8 


8 


7 


6 


6 


4 


4 


sy 2 


3 


3 


3 


5 


2 


2 


m 


1% 


1% 


6 


1 


1 


i 


1 


1 



Inches 


No. 1 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


Shoes 


2 


15 


13 


12M 


10 


10 


3 


9 


9 


7H 


7 


7 


4 


4M 


4 


3 J A 


3 


3 


5 


2 


2 


m 


iH 


1H 


6 


1 


1 


i 


i 


l 



SQUARE "A" 



SQUARE "B" 



Inches 


No, 1 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


Shoes 


2 


15 


13 


12 J* 


10 


10 


3 


10 


10 


9 


8 


8 


4 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


5 


2 


2 


2 


1% 


m 



Inches 


No. 1 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


Shoes 


2 


13 


12 


19 




10 


3 


9 


8 


7 




6 


4 


4 


3K 


3 




3 


5 


2 


2 


1% 




1% 



Use Plain Round table for Octagon and Polygon 



For 2 and 3 inch in 26 gauge Toncan or Ingot use following: 



PLAIN ROUND 



Inches 


No. 1 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


Shoes 


2 
3 


15 
8 


15 
8 


15 
6 


15 
6 


15 

6 



ROUND CORRUGATED 



Inches 


No. 1 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


Shoes 


2 
3 


10 
8 


10 

7 ] 2 


10 


10 

6 


10 

6 



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Wire Conductor Strainers 



Galvanized and Copper Round and Square 

All Sizes in Stock 





Galvanized 

ROUND 

2 inch per dozen, $0.75 

2 Yi inch per dozen, 1 .05 

3 inch per dozen, 1 .05 

3 14 inch per dozen, 1 .50 

4 inch . per dozen, 1.50 

5 inch per dozen, 2.55 

6 inch per dozen, 3.00 

SQUARE 

2x3 inch per dozen, $3.20 

2x4 inch per dozen, 3.40 

3x4 inch per dozen, 4.80 

4x5 inch per dozen, 5.40 

Other sizes to order. 
Discount per cent. 

Copper 

ROUND 

2 inch per dozen, $1.80 

2 ]/ 2 inch per dozen, 2.90 

3 inch per dozen, 2.90 

3 K inch per dozen, 4.20 

4 inch per dozen, 4.20 

5 inch per dozen, 7.20 

6 inch per dozen, 8.25 

SQUARE 

2x3 inch per dozen, $4.00 

3x4 inch . . per dozen, 8.00 

4x5 inch per dozen, 10.00 

Discount per cent. 



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Coleman's Patent Adjustable Conductor 
Strainer or Spout Guard 

Cost 50% less than old style Spout Guards 



^/fe COLEMAN 
GQNPUCTOR STRAINER 





Compress to fit pipe 



A superior article to the old spout guard. Saves labor and consumption of 
your stock space, for it will fit round or square Conductor pipe. 



Made in the Following Sizes 
No. 1 Galvanized will fit 2 to 4 inch 
No. 2 Galvanized will fit 5 to 6 inch 
No. 3 Copper will fit 2 to 4 inch 
No. 4 Copper will fit 5 to 6 inch 

Therefore, you cannot fail to perceive the economy in carrying this style of 
Conductor Strainer, as you will save the necessity of carrying the numerous 
assorted sizes of the "old style" spout guard. 

It will give better satisfaction to your customers, for it is made of extra heavy 
Galvanized wire, and where the wires are clutched by the Galvanized cap, it is 
all extra soldered; thus no possible breaking. 

Write for Prices and Samples 



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B. B. Hinged Hangers 




No. 1 is clamped direct to the metal 
roof, needing only one bolt through the 
iron. A valuable article for awnings 
and corrugated roofs. 

For large gutters use No. 16 stem 
giving 1 inch larger drip projection. 



No. 2 is nailed to the side of rafter 
for any desired angle, either flat or extra 
steep roofs. 




No. 3 is same as No. 8 or 13. Hinged 
to drive with any pitch desired. 




No. 5 will span over various shaped 
mouldings and is easily bent larger or 
smaller before nailing to the eave. 

For large projection of the shingle 
use No. 1 stems with this plate. 




No. 6 



No. 6 is made specially to nail against 
"O. G." mouldings. The two stays are 
made to fit in the cove and can be bent 
to suit variation. 



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B. B. Hinged Hangers (Continued) 




No. 7 is made to drive from 3 to 4 
inches square in the cornice. The lower 
prong forms a brace for the upper, and 
makes it very strong and firm. 




No. 8 is made to drive from 3 to 6 
inches square in the cornice. 

This iron is intended for eaves where 
the shingles project far over the cornice. 




No. 9 is to drive with the pitch of the 
roof. Same length as No. 7. Suited for 
narrow molded cornice. 




No.10 



No. 10 is made to nail against square 
box cornices. 




No. 11 is for nailing to the side of ex- 
posed rafters. Furnished in four and 
six inch drop lengths. We assort them 
about 80 short (4-inch) and 20 long (6- 
inch) to the 100 pieces. 

When ordered otherwise than the 
regular assortment, an extra will be 
charged. 






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B. B. Hinged Hangers (Continued) 




No. 12, 15 and 25 shanks are fastened 
under slate or forced up under shingles. 
Owing to the slots, a nail can be driven 
through the roof and the opening found 
without difficulty. The No. 12, 15 and 
25 are stamped from a solid piece of 
wrought iron, and if it doesn't have the 
exact pitch desired when installed, it 
can be bent with a monkey wrench or 
other instrument without danger of 
breaking. 




No. 13 drives with the pitch of the 
roof. Same length as No. 8. 




No. 14 is made to drive in brick or 
stone fronts. t 




No. 16 is fastened under the shingle. 
For extra steep roof use No. 1 stem. 

We also make No. 16 double weight 
and strength for extra strong work. 



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B. B. Hinged Hangers (Continued) 




No. 17 is fastened under the shingles, 
the hinge and circle both adjust to every 
X A inch. 




No. 19 is used either on top or under 
the shingles and suited for short pro- 
jection of the shingles over the mould- 
ings. 




No. 20 is hinged for any pitch, can 
be nailed or screwed to various shaped 
mouldings at any angle desired. 



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B. B. Gutter Hangers 



All Shanks and Circles Interchangeable Length of Shanks 



EXTENSION 
SHANKS 

This shank is 6 inches long 
and the use of same allows 
for a 5 inch extension 




GEM CIRCLE 

For single bead gutters. Sizes' 
334 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 inch 



PENN CIRCLE 
For double bead gutters. Sizes 
3K, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 inch 



SHANKS— Per 100 



Complete 
Plain 
Black 



Com- 
plete 
Tinned 



Plate 

only 
Black 



Stem 
only 
Black 



Plate 

only 

Tinned 



Stem 

only 

Tinned 



No. 1 

No. 2 

No. 3 

No. 5 

No. 6 Assorted lengths 

No. 6 All long 

No. 7 Assorted lengths 

No. 7 All long 

No. 8 Assorted lengths 

No. 8 All long 

No. 9 Assorted lengths 

No, 9 All long 

No. 10 Assorted lengths 

No. 10 All long 

No. 11 Assorted lengths 

No. 11 All long. 

No. 12 Assorted lengths 

No. 12 All long 

No. 13 

No. 14 

No. 15 Assorted lengths 

No. 15 All long 

No. 16 

Ng. 16 Extra heavy. . . . 

No. 17 

No. 19 

No. 20 

No. 25 Assorted lengths 

No. 25 All long 

Extension Shanks 



$13.00 

10.40 

11.50 

10,00 

9.50 

11.00 

5.40 

7,40 

7.70 

8.90 

5.50 

8.00 

7.50 

9.50 

7.30 

9.00 

8.90 

10.25 

8.10 

9.40 

8.90 

10.25 

12.90 

25.60 

13.70 

15.50 

9.50 

8.90 

10.25 

5.70 



$16.25 
13.00 
14.40 
12.50 
11.90 
13.75 

6.75 

9.25 

9.65 
11.10 

6.90 
10.00 

9.40 
11.90 

9.10 
11.25 
11.15 
12.80 
10.15 
11.75 
11.15 
12.80 
16.15 
32.00 
17.15 
19.40 
11.90 
11.15 
12.80 

7.15 



7.50 
4.90 
6.00 

4.50 



7.40 
15.35 
8.00 
8.00 
3.80 



$ 5.50 
5.50 
5.50 
5.50 



5.50 
10.25 
5.70 
7.50 
5.70 



9.40 
6.15 
7.50 
5.65 



9.25 
19.20 
10.00 
10.00 

4.75 



$ 6 
6 
6 
6 



90 
90 
90 
90 



90 
80 
15 

40 
15 



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B. B. Gutter Hangers (Continued) 



CIRCLES WITH BOLTS 
GEM CIRCLES 
For Single-Bead Gutter 
Black 

3 inch $ 4.75 

3J4 inch 4.85 

3% inch 5.55 

3% inch 5.8O 

4 inch 5.85 

4j^ inch. 6.95 



5 inch 7.15 

6 inch 9 . 45 

7 inch. 13.60 

8 inch 15.50 

Adjustable Style 

8 inch $20.00 

9 inch 23.00 

10 inch. . 27.00 

12 inch 30.00 



Tinned 

$ 5.95 

6.05 

6.95 

7.25 

7.30 

8.70 

8.95 

11.80 

17.00 

19.40 

$25.00 

28.75 
33.75 
37.50 



AND STRAPS— PER 100 

PENN CIRCLES 

For Double-Bead Gutter 

Black Tinned 

3^ inch $ 6.25 $ 7.30 

3% inch 6.25 7.30 

4 inch 6.60 8.25 

4 }4 inch 7.25 9.10 

5 inch. 7.90 9.90 

6 inch 9.45 11.80 

7 inch 14.00 17.50 

8 inch 16.20 20.25 



Adjustable Style 
10 inch $27.00 $33.75 

Any quantity less than 50 pieces, price is net. 



Monarch Hangers 



COPPER 

The Monarch Shank, Plate and 
Circle Gutter Hanger 

is built on an entirely new principle 
platc bolt that overcomes the limitations and 

disadvantages of old fashioned num- 
bered Shank and Circle Gutter 
Hangers: 

Monarch Shanks are adjustable; 

M0 J ^^ only one type of Shank required for 

any pitch of roof. 

Monarch Plates, for use on facia boards and overhanging rafters, 
are reversible which permits either right or left fastening; Plates are 
adjustable up or down, same as the Shanks. 

A secure fastening can also be made by using the Monarch Circle 
alone, nailing direct to the rafter or facia board; no other Circle 
can be used alone in this manner. 

Price per 100 

4 inch Circles $14 . qq 

5 inch Circles , 15 . 00 

6 inch Circles 17 . 00 

Shanks 10>00 

Plates 1000 




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PRICE LISTS 

Berger's Gutter Hangers 

MADE OF SOLID BRASS 

Notice: Do not use the regular discount on these goods. A 
special discount will be quoted on application. 



Shanks 



Per 100 

No. 1 $33.00 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



2 27.00 

3 32.00 

5 25.00 

6 25.00 

7 16.00 

8 22.00 

9 16.00 

10 22.00 

11 22.00 



Per 100 

No. 12 $28.00 

No. 13 21.00 

No. 14 25.00 

No. 15 30.00 

No. 16 33.00 

No. 17 36.00 

No. 19 40.00 

No. 20 25.00 

No. 25 28.00 



One Brass Bolt included with each Hinged Shank 



Circles 

With Brass Bolts and Straps 



GEM CIRCLES 
Per 100 

3 inch $12.50 

3^'mch 14.00 

4 inch 18.00 

4Kinch 20.00 

5 inch 21.00 

6 inch 28.00 

7 inch 38.00 

8 inch 44.00 



PENN CIRCLES 
Per 100 

3Kinch $17.00 

4 inch 20.00 

43^inch 23.00 

5 inch 24.00 

6 inch 28.00 

7 inch 38.00 

8 inch 44.00 



Additional Brass Bolts and Straps are charged extra 

Discount Per Cent 

Always state number of Shank wanted. Always state kind and size of Circle wanted. 



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Triple Twist Wire Eave Trough Hanger 



Three Wires in Bar 




Single Bead 



Price Per Gross 

$2.75 

2.75 

2.75 

3.00 

3.00 

3.50 

4.00 

4.50 



Double bead, 25c per gross extra. 
Discount per cent. 



Strong, Durable, Easily Adjusted 




No. 3 Pipe Cleats 

Price per 100 
Tinned 
Especially suited for three and four inch pipe $3.80 
This Cleat makes a handsome finish on porch columns; 
no tinner should be without them; they will answer 
for all kinds of pipe. 




Pipe Cleats 



Price per 100 
Tinned 

No. 5, 7}4 inches long for brick $6.20 

This Cleat is fastened lengthwise for slipped joints 
and will answer for all sizes or kinds of pipe. 
Put up 50 in a package. 



Repair Spikes 

Per 100, Black 

Inches 7 9 12 

For Y 2 inch Bead $7.90 $10.00 $11.40 

A handy article to straighten up twisted gutter. 



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Eaves Trough Hangers 




Berger's 
Imperial Adjustable 

For Single or Double Bead 

Will sustain the greatest load of any 
hanger made. 

Requires no soldering. 

Adjustable to any pitch of roof. 

A most effective brace as well as 
hanger. 

Made of 16 gauge steel. 



Berger's Imperial Hanger. Single Bead 



Unless otherwise ordered, rods will be sent with hangers. 

We provide for 3^-inch bead on all sizes up to 6-inch. Larger sizes are made 
for ^-inch bead unless otherwise ordered. 



PRICE PER GROSS 



Size 


With Rods and Nuts 


With Straps Riveted on 


3 


$4.00 


$3.75 


3H 


4.25 


3.75 


4 


4.50 


4.00 


4K 


4.60 


4.10 


5 


4.75 


4.25 


6 


5.25 


4.75 


7 


6.25 


5.75 


8 


8.25 


7.75 



Double bead, 25 cents per gross advance on above list. 

N. B. — All hangers made for J^-inch beads except 7-inch size, which will be 
% -inch bead, unless otherwise ordered. 



Steel Hanger Information 

When ordering steel hangers please use the following instructions: 

When hangers with Rods and Nuts are desired state — Steel R. & N. Hangers. 

When Strap Hangers are desired state — Steel Strap Hangers. 

Also state if the cross bars of steel R. & N. Hangers are desired Galvanized or 
Japanned and whether the strap Hangers are desired Galvanized or Japanned. 
Also state whether Single or Double Bead. 



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Berger's Patent Pipe Fastener 

This Fastener must be seen and used to be appreciated. It can be used on all 
kinds and sizes of pipes, and used either end up, right or left hand, or in any other 
position desired, and allows enough variation to let the pipe slip together until 
it is tight in the joints, as all pipe should be to prevent rattling. Needs no close 
measuring on the wall to find a joint for the drive, and combines a handy, perfect, 
solid, concealed fastener in every respect. 

Owing to the Racks being long, with clips at each end to solder, the strain is 
lessened and they are not liable to become loose. The Drives are made, as 
illustrated, in various lengths and styles, and by keeping an assortment of these 
Fasteners the pipe can always be fastened to wood, brick or stone at any distance 
from the wall, hence the B. B. Fastener is just the article wanted for every 
requirement. 





Price per 100, Complete 

Malleable 

Tinned 

No. 0, for brick, 3 inch $10. 70 

No. 1, for brick or stone, 4^ inch. . 12 . 50 

No. 2, for stone, 6 inch 15 . 00 

No. 3, for stone, 9 inch 19 . 90 

No. 4, for wood, 3 inch 9 . 60 

No. 5, for wood, 5 inch 11 . 80 

No. 6, to nail on wood 10. 60 

No. 7, to screw in wood 9 . 90 




Price List on Drives Only 

Malleable 

Tinned 

No. 0, for brick, 3 inch $ 4. 10 

No. 1, for brick or stone, 43^ inch. . 5 . 90 

No. 2, for brick or stone, 6 inch 8.40 

No. 3, for stone, 9 inch 13.30 

No. 4, for wood, 3 inch 3 . 00 

No. 5, for wood, 5 inch 5.20 

No. 6, to nail on wood 4.00 

No. 7, to screw in wood 3 .30 

Racks only. . . 6 . 00 

Keys 60 

Discount per cent. 



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Square Conductor Hooks 

Galvanized 




FOR 
WOOD 



Single Drive — Square 



The Leading Conductor 
Hook on the Market 

Better and Cheaper Than 
Malleable 

Strong and Dependable 

Hot Galvanized to Prevent 
Rusting 




FOR 
BRICK 



SINGLE DRIVE— SQUARE— List Prices per Hundred 



Size, Inches 


2Vz 


3 


4 


5 


6 


For Wood 


$4.00 
4.50 


$5.00 
5.50 


$7.00 
8.50 


$10.00 
12.00 


$12.00 


For Brick 


15.00 



Sizes 2 l A inch, 3 inch and 4 inch packed in lots of 100 each. Sizes 5 inch 'and 6 
inch packed in lots of 50 each. 



Important 

2 inch Corrugated Square Pipe requires 2^ inch hook. All 
other sizes, plain and corrugated square pipe, require corres- 
ponding hook sizes. 



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Sickle Hooks 

Plain 

Per 100, Tinned 

For Wood Brick 

2 inch $ 3.50 $ 4.60 

2l A in c h 4 . 00 6 . 60 

3 inch 6.00 6.75 

33^ inch 7 20 9.70 

4 ^ch 7(2 9.70 

5 inch 12.30 13.20 

6 inch 16.40 18.50 

When ordering state whether for wood or brick. 

For any quantity less than 50 pieces, price is net. 




Corrugated 
Per 100, Tinned 

For Wood Brick 

2 inch $4.80 $ 5.20 

3 inch 6.40 6.75 

4inch 9.80 10.20 

In ordering Sickle Hooks always state whether Corru- 
gated Sickle or Plain Sickle is wanted, otherwise an 
error may occur or the order be delayed in writing for 
the information. 

For any quantity less than 50 pieces, price is net. 

When ordering state whether for wood or brick. 



Flashing Hooks — Per 100 

Black 

Wnch $0.65 

2 l / 2 inch 2 1Q 

3M inch l 7Q 

5 ^ inch 3.60 

7 ^inch _ 6<00 



Tinned 
$0.90 
1.55 
2.30 
5.00 
8.20 



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Galvanized Double Cross Lock Roofing 

Steel, Ingot, Keystone and Toncan 




Keystone, Ingot and Toncan not made lighter than 28 gauge. 
Steel can be furnished in 28 or 29 gauge. We use only the 
softest annealed open hearth sheets in the manufacture of this 
roofing, all corners notched before locking. 

Galvanized Open Hearth Sheets re-squared, rolled up a square 
in a roll are used extensively as roofing all over the country and 
in some sections this style of material is recognized as the 
standard. 

One of the main points in making this material is the re- 
squaring. We take special care in the re-squaring and when it 
is wired up a wood stick is placed on each roll to protect the end 
lock in shipping. 

Each roll is 26^ inches wide and when properly laid will cover 
a square and make a good roofing. 

We always carry a large quantity in stock and can make 
prompt shipment. 

No Cleats furnished unless specially ordered. 



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Two-V Crimped Roofing 



Made in galvanized and painted. 

The oldest and simplest style of sheet metal roofing manufactured. 

The covering and selling width of this roofing is 24 inches. It is made in 
all lengths from 5 to 12 feet inclusive. 

This form of metal roofing is too old to need explanation. 

You will find our V Crimp always uniform, all sheets being exactly the 
same width. 



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Three-V Crimped Roofing 



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> 1 



— 






Made in galvanized and painted. 

The covering and selling width of our 3-V Crimped roofing is 2S}4 inches, 
except the painted which is 23^ inches wide. Made in all lengths from 5 to 
12 feet inclusive. 

The third V is to stiffen the sheet and prevent rattle. This roofing is 
somewhat higher in price than the 2-V, as it requires more time and ma- 
terial to make it, and also takes twice as many wood strips as 2-V. 

Note: 11 and 12 feet lengths are 10 cents extra per square. 



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23^-inch Corrugated Sheets 



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z 




The corrugations are 2 Y% inches from center to center and 3^ inch deep. 
Made of 16 gauge and lighter. 

We furnish the above in either galvanized or painted. The full width of 
sheets, or selling width, is 26 inches. Covering width, 24 inches. 

Made in 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12-foot lengths. 



lj^-inch Corrugated Sheets 









c 

i3 

• o 

H 
X 



The corrugations are 1 34 inches from center to center and z /% mcn deep, 
made from No. 22 gauge and lighter. 

The full width of sheets, or selling width, is 26 inches. Covering width, 
24 inches. Furnished in galvanized or painted. 

We corrugate these sheets with one edge up and one down, thereby- 
making it easier to apply as the sheets do not have to be turned in laying, un- 
less specially ordered both down. 

Made in 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12-foot lengths. 

Note: 11 and 12 feet lengths are 10 cents extra per square. 



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Table showing number of square feet contained in from 1 to 50 sheets 
of the various lengths of 2}^-inch, l^-inch Corrugated Roofing 

26 inches wide. 



No. 
Sheets 


4 ft. 


5 ft. 


6 ft. 


7 ft. 


8 ft. 


9 ft. 


10 ft. 


11 ft. 


12 ft. 


1 


.09 


.11 


.13 


.16 


.18 


.20 


.22 


.24 


.26 


2 


.18 


.22 


.26 


.31 


.35 


.39 


.44 


.48 


.52 


3 


.26 


.33 


.39 


,46 


.52 


.59 


.65 


.72 


.78 


4 


.35 


.44 


.52 


.61 


.70 


.78 


.87 


.96 


1.04 


5 


.44 


.55 


.65 


.76 


.87 


.98 


1.09 


1.20 


1.30 


6 


.52 


.65 


.78 


.91 


1.04 


1.17 


1.30 


1.43 


1.56 


7 


.61 


.76 


.91 


1.07 


1.22 


1.37 


1.52 


1.67 


1.82 


8 


.70 


.87 


1.04 


1.22 


1.39 


1.56 


1.74 


1.91 


2.08 


9 


.78 


.98 


1.17 


1.37 


1.56 


1.76 


1.95 


2.15 


2.34 


10 


.87 


1.09 


1.30 


1.52 


1.74 


1.95 


2.17 


2.39 


2.60 


11 


.96 


1.20 


1.43 


1.67 


1.91 


2.15 


2.39 


2.62 


2.86 


12 


1.04 


1.30 


1.56 


1.82 


2.08 


2.34 


2.60 


2.86 


3.12 


13 


1.13 


1.41 


1.69 


1.98 


2.26 


2.54 


2.82 


3.10 


3.38 


14 


1.22 


1.52 


1.82 


2.13 


2.43 


2.73 


3.04 


3.34 


3.64 


15 


1.30 


1.63 


1.95 


2.28 


2.60 


2.93 


3.25 


3.58 


3.90 


16 


1.39 


1.74 


2.08 


2.43 


2.78 


3.12 


3.47 


3.81 


4.16 


17 


1.48 


1.85 


2.21 


2.58 


2.95 


3.32 


3.69 


4.05 


4.42 


18 


1.56 


1.95 


2.34 


2.73 


3.12 


3.51 


3.90 


4.29 


4.68 


19 


1.65 


2.06 


2.47 


2.89 


3.30 


3.71 


4.12 


4.53 


4.94 


20 


1.74 


2.17 


2.60 


3.04 


3.47 


3.90 


4.34 


4.77 


5.20 


21 


1.82 


2.28 


2.73 


3.19 


3.64 


4.10 


4.55 


5.00 


5.46 


22 


1.91 


2.39 


2.86 


3.34 


3.82 


4.29 


4.77 


5.25 


5.72 


23 


2.00 


2.50 


2.99 


3.49 


3.99 


4.49 


4.99 


5.48 


5.98 


24 


2.08 


2.60 


3.12 


3.64 


4.16 


4.68 


5.20 


5.72 


6.24 


25 


2.17 


2.71 


3.25 


3.79 


4.34 


4.88 


5.42 


5.96 


6.50 


26 


2.26 


2.82 


3.38 


3.95 


4.51 


5.07 


5.64 


6.19 


6.76 


27 


2.34 


2.93 


3.51 


4.10 


4.68 


5.27 


5.85 


6.44 


7.02 


28 


2.43 


3.04 


3.64 


4.25 


4.86 


5.46 


6.07 


6.68 


7.28 


29 


2.52 


3.15 


3.77 


4.40 


5.03 


5.66 


6.29 


6.91 


7.54 


30 


2.60 


3.25 


3.90 


4.55 


5.20 


5.85 


6.50 


7.15 


7.80 


31 


2.69 


3.36 


4.03 


4.70 


5.38 


6.05 


6.72 


7.39 


8.06 


32 


2.78 


3.47 


4.16 


4.86 


5.55 


6.24 


6.94 


7.63 


8.32 


33 


2.86 


3.58 


4.29 


5.01 


5.72 


6.44 


7.15 


7.87 


8.58 


34 


2.95 


3.69 


4.42 


5.16 


5.90 


6.63 


7.37 


8.10 


8.84 


35 


3.04 


3.80 


4.55 


5.31 


6.07 


6.83 


7.59 


8.34 


9.10 


36 


3.12 


3.90 


4.68 


5.46 


6.24 


7.02 


7.80 


8.58 


9.36 


37 


3.21 


4.01 


4.81 


5.62 


6.42 


7.22 


8.02 


8.82 


9.62 


38 


3.30 


4.12 


4.94 


5.77 


6.59 


7.41 


8.24 


9.06 


9.88 


39 


3.38 


4.23 


5.07 


5.92 


6.76 


7.61 


8.45 


9.30 


10.14 


40 


3.47 


4.34 


5.20 


6.07 


6.94 


7.80 


8.67 


9.53 


10.40 


41 


3.56 


4.45 


5.33 


6.22 


7.11 


8.00 


8.89 


9.77 


10.66 


42 


3.64 


4.55 


5.46 


6.37 


7.28 


8.19 


9.10 


10.01 


10.92 


43 


3.73 


4.66 


5.59 


6.53 


7.46 


8.39 


9.32 


10.25 


11.18 


44 


3.82 


4.77 


5.72 


6.68 


7.63 


8.58 


9.54 


10.49 


11.44 


45 


3.90 


4.88 


5.85 


6.83 


7.80 


8.78 


9.75 


10.72 


11.70 


46 


3.99 


4.99 


5.98 


6.98 


7.98 


8.97 


9.97 


10.97 


11.96 


47 


4.08 


5.10 


6.11 


7.13 


8.15 


9.17 


10.19 


11.20 


12.22 


48 


4.16 


5.20 


6.24 


7.28 


8.32 


9.36 


10.40 


11.44 


12.48 


49 


4.25 


5.31 


6.37 


7.44 


8.50 


9.56 


10.62 


11.68 


12.74 


50 


4.34 


5.42 


6.50 


7.59 


8.67 


9.75 


10.84 


11.92 


13.00 



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Table showing number of square feet contained in from 51 to 100 
sheets of the various lengths of 2j^-inch, l^-inch Corrugated Roofing 

26 inches wide. 



No. 
Sheets 


4 ft. 


5 ft. 


6 ft. 


7 ft. 


8 ft. 


9 ft. 


j 
10 ft. 


lift. 


12 ft. 


51 


4.42 


5.53 


6.63 


7.74 


8.84 


9.95 


11.05 


12.16 


13.26 


52 


4.51 


5.64 


6.76 


7.89 


9.02 


10.14 


11.27 


12.40 


13.52 


53 


4.60 


5.75 


6.89 


8.04 


9.19 


10.34 


11.49 


12.64 


13.78 


54 


4.68 


5.85 


7.02 


8.19 


9.36 


10.53 


11.70 


12.87 


14.04 


55 


4.77 


5.96 


7.15 


8.35 


9.54 


10.73 


11.92 


13.11 


14.30 


56 


4.86 


6.07 


7.28 


8.50 


9.71 


10.92 


12.14 


13.35 


14.56 


57 


4.94 


6.18 


7.41 


8.65 


9.88 


11.12 


12.35 


13.59 


14.82 


58 


5.03 


6.29 


7.54 


8.80 


10.06 


11.31 


12.57 


13.83 


15.08 


59 


5.12 


6.40 


7.67 


8.95 


10.23 


11.51 


12.79 


14.06 


15.34 


60 


5.20 


6.50 


7.80 


9.10 


10.40 


11.70 


13.00 


14.30 


15.60 


61 


5.29 


6.61 


7.93 


9.26 


10.58 


11.90 


13.22 


14.54 


15.86 


62 


5.38 


6.72 


8.06 


9.41 


10.75 


12.09 


13.44 


14.78 


16.12 


63 


5.46 


6.83 


8.19 


9.56 


10.92 


12.29 


13.65 


15.02 


16.38 


64 


5.55 


6.94 


8.32 


9.71 


11.10 


12.48 


13.87 


15.25 


16.64 


65 


5.64 


7.05 


8.45 


9.86 


11.27 


12.68 


14.09 


15.49 


16.90 


66 


5.72 


7.15 


8.58 


10.01 


11.44 


12.87 


14.30 


15.73 


17.16 


67 


5.81 


7.26 


8.71 


10.17 


11.62 


13.07 


14.52 


15.97 


17.42 


68 


5.90 


7.37 


8.84 


10.32 


11.79 


13.26 


14.74 


16.21 


17.68 


69 


5.98 


7.48 


8.97 


10.47 


11.96 


13.46 


14.95 


16.45 


17.94 


70 


6.07 


7.59 


9.10 


10.62 


12.14 


13.65 


15.17 


16.68 


18.20 


71 


6.16 


7.70 


9.23 


10.77 


12.31 


13.85 


15.39 


16.92 


18.46 


72 


6.24 


7.80 


9.36 


10.92 


12.48 


14.04 


15.60 


17.16 


18.72 


73 


6.33 


7.91 


9.49 


11.08 


12.66 


14.24 


15.82 


17.40 


18.98 


74 


6.42 


8.02 


9.62 


11.23 


12.83 


14.43 


16.04 


17.64 


19.24 


75 


6.50 


8.13 


9.75 


11.38 


13.00 


14.63 


16.25 


17.88 


19.50 


76 


6.59 


8.24 


9.88 


11.53 


13.18 


14.82 


16.47 


18.12 


19.76 


77 


6.68 


8.35 


10.01 


11.68 


13.35 


15.02 


16.69 


18.36 


20.02 


78 


6.76 


8.45 


10.14 


11.83 


13.52 


15.21 


16.90 


18.59 


20.28 


79 


6.85 


8.56 


10.27 


11.99 


13.70 


15.41 


17.12 


18.83 


20.54 


80 


6.94 


8.67 


10.40 


12.14 


13.87 


15.60 


17.34 


19.07 


20.80 


81 


7.02 


8.78 


10.53 


12.29 


14.04 


15.80 


17.55 


19.31 


21.06 


82 


7.11 


8.89 


10.66 


12.44 


14.22 


15.99 


17.77 


19.55 


21.32 


83 


7.20 


9.00 


10.79 


12.59 


14.39 


16.19 


17.99 


19.79 


21.58 


84 


7.28 


9.10 


10.92 


12.74 


14.56 


16.38 


18.20 


20.02 


21.84 


85 


7.37 


9.21 


11.05 


12.90 


14.74 


16.58 


18.42 


20.26 


22.10 


86 


7.46 


9.32 


11.18 


13.05 


14.91 


16.77 


18.64 


20.50 


22.36 


87 


7.54 


9.43 


11.31 


13.20 


15.08 


16.97 


18.85 


20.74 


22.62 


88 


7.63 


9.54 


11.44 


13.35 


15.26 


17.16 


19.07 


20.98 


22.88 


89 


7.72 


9.65 


11.57 


13.50 


15.43 


17.36 


19.29 


21.22 


23 . 14 


90 


7.80 


9.75 


11.70 


13.65 


15.60 


17.55 


19.50 


21.45 


23.40 


91 


7.89 


9.86 


11.83 


13.81 


15.78 


17.75 


19.72 


21.69 


23.66 


92 


7.98 


9.97 


11.96 


13.96 


15.95 


17.94 


19.94 


21.93 


23.92 


93 


8.06 


10.08 


12.09 


14.11 


16.12 


18.14 


20.15 


22.17 


24.18 


94 


8.15 


10.19 


12.22 


14.26 


16.30 


18.33 


20.37 


22.41 


24.44 


95 


8.24 


10.30 


12.35 


14.41 


16.47 


18.53 


20.59 


22.65 


24.70 


96 


8.32 


10.40 


12.48 


14.56 


16.64 


18.72 


20.80 


22.88 


24.96 


97 


8.41 


10.51 


12.61 


14.72 


16.82 


18.92 


21.02 


23.12 


25.22 


98 


8.50 


10.62 


12.74 


14.87 


16.99 


19.11 


21.24 


23,36 


25.48 


99 


8.58 


10.73 


12.87 


15.02 


17.16 


19.31 


21.45 


23.60 


25.74 


100 


8.67 


10.84 


13.00 


15.17 


17.34 


19.50 


21.67 


23.84 


26.00 



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Application of Corrugated Sheets for Roofing or Siding 
For Roofing or Siding, iron framing, the side laps should be riveted every 
twelve to eighteen inches, or closer, and end laps on every other corrugation. 

One of the best methods for fastening the sheets to iron beams and purlins, 
is by passing a cleat of band iron % or Y s inch wide around the purlins or beams, 
and rivet both ends to the sheet; by contracting or pressing this cleat toward web 
of beams or purlins, a tight and secure fastening is made which allows for con- 
traction or expansion of the sheet. 



Fig. A 



Fig. B 





Fig. C 



Fig. D 





The above illustrations show several methods of applying Corrugated Roofing 
to iron roof frame work. Fig. A shows strap iron cleat riveted at each end ; Fig. B 
shows a long wire or clinch nail driven through the Corrugated Iron and bent 
around the angle iron; Fig. C shows a cleat made from bar iron, riveted firmly 
to the Corrugated Roofing and binding against the flange of Z bar or angle 
iron; and Fig. D a strap iron cleat riveted at one end only, the other end clamping 
the flange of channel iron. 

For Siding, lap sheets but one corrugation. If sheets are used without sheath- 
ing, studding should be 24 inches from center to center. 

For Roofing, the better practice is to lap the sheets one and one-half corrugation, 
nailing through top of corrugations. 



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Lead Washers 

Lead washers when used as indicated in cut below, make an absolutely water- 
tight joint on any surface, whether concave, convex or flat; they also prevent rust 
forming underneath the nail-head, and the head of the nail from cutting into the 
sheet, making a more durable job. 

About 275 lead washers to the pound. 

One-half pound sufficient to apply one square. 




Advantages of Lead Washers 

The first rust on a metal roof usually appears around the nail holes. Water 
collects in small drops, so small that one can hardly see them, in the slight offsets 
made by the nail heads where they touch the roofing, and as neither the roofing 
nor the nails are rust-proof, the two similar metals are acted upon by the oxidizing 
or rusting process. This action in time loosens the nail head 
and allows considerable moisture to get through to the under- 
side of the roofing sheets, when serious trouble results. 

This action may be almost eliminated or indefinitely post- 
poned by the use of lead washers, which are not at all expensive. 



These washers are placed convex side up, and the nails driven 
through until the heads fit tightly on the washers; this insures 
the washers fitting tightly against the sheets, where they act as 
sealers— just as rubber bands act when placed under the lids 
of fruit jars. The nail head cannot cut into the roofing 
sheet; neither can moisture act upon the two pieces of iron 
or steel at the same time, as the lead washers, which cannot 
possibly rust, prevent the entrance of moisture at such places. 




LEAD HEADED 

NAILS 
They protect the 
holes made in sheet 
steel and prevent 
moisture from 
entering. 



The slight additional expense is great economy. 



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Select Pressed Steel Brick 




Made from best quality galvanized and painted iron. 

Size of each sheet, 28 x 60 inches. Size of each brick, 2% x %\i inches. 

This form of siding is the most popular and is more extensively used than 
all other pressed sidings excepting corrugated. 



Rock Faced Brick Siding 




Made from best quality galvanized and painted iron. 

Size of each sheet, 28 x 60 inches. Size of each brick, 2% x 8}4 inches. 



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Rock Face Stone Siding 






Li^JLe^l 






Made from best quality galvanized or painted steel. 

Size of each sheet, 28 x 60 inches. Size of each stone, 7x12 inches. 

This form of siding is extensively used for foundation of cottages. 



Pressed Standing Seam Roofing 




Made in galvanized and painted. Lengths from 5 to 10 feet inclusive. 

This roofing is simple in its application and effective in its construction. 

One-half pound of cleats is required to each square of roofing. Cleats are 
not shipped with roofing unless ordered specially. 

The covering and selling width of this roofing is 24 inches. 



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Curved Corrugated Sheets 



Black, Painted or Galvanized 




Shows Corrugated Sheet curved for Roofing and Ceiling. Furnished in all 
gauges from 12 gauge and lighter. Standard Corrugations, 2]/ 2 inches. 




Shows application of Curved Corrugated Sheets on floor beams used for 
ceilings, vaults, underground passages and between the I-beams in buildings and 
bridges of iron construction. 2^-inch corrugations. Made in all gauges 12 
and lighter. & & ' 

Directions for Ordering 

If for roofing, allow for projections. If for ceiling, give the distance between 
the webs of the I-beams, rise of arch and length and number of spaces to be 
covered. 

Sheets 3 to 12 feet long can be curved to any desired radius, and in any gauge 
No. 12 and lighter. y s 6 

Weather Board Siding 



i 
c 

z * 






a**-- ussfe* 



■m&m&q 



mm®*?®* 



Made from best quality galvanized or painted sheets. In all lengths from 
5 feet to 10 feet inclusive, width, 24 inches. 

When properly applied, this form of siding makes a very desirable job. It 
is difficult to distinguish it from wood weather boarding. It will outlast wood 
and is also fireproof. 



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Standard Differentials and Extras for Painted and Formed Products 
per 100 lbs. over Corresponding Gauges of Flat Sheets 

Extras per Square are based on weight per square multiplied by extra per 100 lbs. 
PAINTING GAUGES 



29 



25to28 



19 to 24 



12 to 18 



Extra 

per 
100 lbs. 



Red Oxide of Iron 

FORMING 

2, 23^2, 3 and 5 inch Corrugated. . 

Y%-> 1M m ch Corrugated 

2 V- Crimp — without sticks 

3 V- Crimp — without sticks 

4 V-Crimp — -without sticks 

5 V- Crimp — -without sticks 

Pressed Standing Seam — with cleats ...... 

Plain Roll Roofing — with or without cleats 

Beaded Ceiling . . 

Weatherboard Siding 

Plain Brick Siding 

Rockfaced Brick and Stone Siding 



$ .25 



$ .20 



$ .15 



$ .05 
.10 
.05 
.10 
.10 
.20 
.15 
.15 
.25 
.25 
.20 
.25 



$ .05 
.10 
.05 
.10 
.10 
.20 
. .15 
.15 
.25 
.25 
.20 
.25 



$ .05 
.10 
.05 
.10 
.10 
.20 
.15 
.15 
.25 
.25 



$ .05 



Extras in Addition to Above 





29 


25 to 28 


19 to 24 


12 to 18 


Extra 

per 
100 lbs. 


Corrugating Sheet Crosswise 


$ .10 
.25 
.50 

.05 

.10 
.25 


$ .10 
.25 
.50 

.05 

.10 
.25 


$ .10 
.25 
.50 

.05 

.10 
.25 


$ .10 
.25 
.50 

.05 

.10 
.25 




Curving — Corrugated Sheets, Single Curve . . 

Curving — Corrugated Sheets, Double Curve. 

Forming — Sheets under 60 inches long to 

inches inclusive 


30 




Forming — Sheets under 30 inches long to 
inches inclusive 


20 




Forming — Sheets under 20 inches long 









FORMED ROOFING 

No. 28 gauge and heavier in even gauges for Black, Painted and Galvanized and No. 29 gauge 
in Galvanized. 

Widths: All regular widths for the various forms. 
Lengths: 60, 72, 84, 96, 108, 120, 132 and 144 inches. 
Black and Galvanized size extras will apply. 
Lengths other than standard and widths other than regular for the various forms are subject 
to Sheet Mill extras for quantity. The extra for shipment of "exact quantities specified" doe s 
not apply. 

Sticks for V-Crimp Roofing, 30 cents per 100 lineal feet, or based on the price of lumber. 



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Formed Roofing Sheets 

Standard Weights Per Square 

Weight of bands not included 

In order to insure uniformity it is essential that the square weights given in the following 
table be observed when Formed Sheets for Roofing are sold by the square. 



GALVANIZED 



PRODUCTS 



GAUGE 



2% inch Corrugated Siding (26 in. Wide). . . . 

2J^ inch Corrugated Roofing (27 J^ in. Wide). 

134 inch Corrugated (25 in. Wide) 

\ x /i inch Corrugated (26 in. Wide) 

Two V-Crimped, without Sticks 

Three V-Crimped, without Sticks 

Four V-Crimped, without Sticks 

Five V-Crimped, without Sticks 

Pressed Standing Seam, without Cleats 

Roll Roofing, without Cleats 

Roll and Cap Roofing, with Caps and Cleats 

Beaded Ceiling 

Weatherboard Siding 

Plain Brick Siding 

Rock Face Brick (and Stone) Siding 



29 

11 
78 
81 
77 
78 
79 
83 
84 
79 
81 
86 
78 
81 
72 
72 



28 

84 
85 
88 
84 
85 
86 
90 
91 
86 
88 
93 
85 
88 
78 
78 



27 



91 
92 
95 
91 
91 
93 
97 
98 
93 
95 
100 
91 
95 
84 
84 



26 



98 

99 
102 

98 

98 
100 
104 
106 
100 
102 
108 

98 
102 

91 

91 



25 24 



111 
113 
116 
111 
112 
114 
119 
120 
114 
116 
123 
112 
116 



125 
126 
130 
125 
125 
128 
133 
135 
128 
130 
137 
125 
130 



23 



138 
140 
144 
138 
139 
141 
147 
149 
141 



144 



22 



151 
153 
158 
151 
152 
155 
162 
164 
155 



158 



21 



165 
167 
172 
165 
166 
169 
176 
179 
169 



20 



178 
181 
186 
178 
179 
183 
191 
193 
183 



18 16 

2321286 
235;290 



PAINTED 



PRODUCTS 



GAUGE 



23^ inch Corrugated Siding (26 in. Wide) 

23^ inch Corrugated Roofing (27M in. Wide) . 

lJi inch Corrugated (25 in. Wide) 

\yi inch Corrugated (26 in. Wide) 

Two V-Crimped, without Sticks 

Three V-Crimped, without Sticks 

Four V-Crimped, without Sticks 

Five V-Crimped, without Sticks 

Pressed Standing Seam, without Cleats 

Roll Roofing, without Cleats 

Roll and Cap Roofing, with Caps and Cleats . 

Beaded Ceiling 

Weatherboard Siding 

Plain Brick Siding 

Rock Face Brick (and Stone) Siding 



28 



68 

69 

71 

68 

69 

70 

73 

74 

70 

72 

76 

69 

71 

64 

64 



27 



75 
76 
78 
75 
76 
77 
80 
81 
77 
79 
83 
76 
78 
70 
70 



26 



82 
83 
85 
82 
82 
84 
87 
89 
84 
86 
91 
82 
86 
76 
76 



25 



95 

97 

99 

95 

96 

98 

102 

103 

98 

100 

105 

96 

100 



24 



109 
110 
113 
109 
109 
112 
116 
118 
112 
114 
120 
109 
114 



23 



122 
124 
127 
122 
123 
125 
131 
132 
125 



22 



136 
137 
141 
136 
137 
139 
145 
147 
139 



21 



128 



142 



149 
151 
155 
149 
150 
153 
159 
162 
153 



20 



163 
165 
169 
163 
164 
167 
174 
176 
167 



18 16 



216 
219 



270 

274 



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Corrugated Ridge Roll 




Plain Round Ridge Roll with Nailing Flange 




Diameter 
of Roll, 
Inches 


Width of 
Apron, 
Inches 


Girth, 
Inches 


29 ga. 

Galvanized 

per ft. 


28 ga. 

Galvanized 

per ft. 


26 ga. 

Galvanized 

per ft. 


24 ga. 

Galvanized 

per ft. 


IK 


2 


7 


$.14 


$.16 


$.20 


$.26 


iH 


2 


8 


.16 


.18 


.22 


.28 


2 


2M 


10 


.19 


.21 


.25 


,31 


2V2 


3 


12 


.23 


.25 


.29 


.35 


3 


3^ 


14 


.28 


.30 


.34 


.40 



Discount, Steel % 

Discount, Toncan % 



Cold Rolled Copper Ridge Roll 



Diameter 
Inches 


Apron, 
Inches 


Girth, 
Inches 


14 oz. 


16 oz. 


i)4 


2 


8 


.28 


.32 


2 


m 


10 


.33 


.36 


2V 2 


3 


12 


.41 


.46 


3 


m 


14 


.53 


.58 



Discount ......% 



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Corrugated Side Wall Flashing 




Galvanized or Painted 



iy 2 inch or \\i inch corrugations. 12 inch girth; 4 inch return; iy 2 inch 
face; 10 foot lengths. 



Corrugated End Wall Flashing 




Galvanized or Painted 



iy 2 inch or 1M inch corrugations; 12 inch girth; 4 inch return; 8 inch 
face; 28 inch lengths. 



Shingles 

Galvanized shingles in standard sizes are furnished in the latest designs. 

Number to a square 

10"xl4" 145 

14"x20" " 67 

Write for samples and prices. 



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Special Ridge Finish and Valley for Use 
With Metal Shingles 

Special Ridge Finish— With Roll 




Style A 

10, 12, 14, 16, 20, 24, 28 and 30 inch girth. 10 foot lengths. Galvanized, 
or Copper. An ornamental finish and secure protection. 
Made in one piece. No exposed nail heads. 

Special Ridge Finish — Plain 

Style B 





10, 12, 14, 16, 20, 24, 28 and 30 inch girth. 10 foot lengths. Can be used 
with any style of Metal Shingles. 

Galvanized or Copper. Easy to apply. Absolutely weatherproof. 

Special Valley 
Made in one piece. 10, 12, 14, 16, 20, 24, 28 and 30 inch girth. 10 foot 
lengths. 




Galvanized or Copper. 

The shingles lock under the fold of this valley, affording a perfect pro- 
tection against water washing up under them. Allows fully for contraction 
and expansion. All nail heads are covered. 



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Crimped Sheets for Cornice 




Made of Gauges 24 and lighter. Size of crimps, He x } U inch. Sheets 
of any length, crimped cross-ways up to 40 inches wide. Galvanized 
crimped used for Cornice, Stylings, Borders, Friezes, Window and Door 
Case Coverings, Panels, Mouldings, etc. The crimping makes the sheets 
about three gauges stiffer, takes out buckles and waves, and gives the ap- 
pearance of dressed stone. It can be bent after crimped to any angle 
without breaking material. 



Brass Milk Strainer Cloth 

In rolls 12 inches wide, 5 feet long 

Mesh Number 40, Price per square foot .$, 

Mesh Number 50, Price per square foot $. 

Mesh Number 60, Price per square foot $. . 



Nails 



Tinners Nails % in . y % fa. 1 fa. 1^ fa. 1^ in . 

Galv. Barbed Roofing Nails 1 in. 1^ in. l]/ 2 in. 1% in. 2 in. 2^ in. 

(Small and Large Heads) 



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Galvanized Steel Sheets 




We carry a Complete Stock of the Best Quality sheets in all the standard 
sizes and gauges and are always in a position to make prompt shipments 
from either York or Harrisburg. 





<TDNCAN> 

There has been a steady increasing demand for a rust-resisting metal for 
roofing purposes, Conductor Pipe, Eaves Trough, Cornices and like uses. 




KEYSTONE 



We carry at York or Harrisburg a stock of Armco, Keystone and Toncan 
Sheets in standard gauges and sizes. 



49 



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WEIGHTS OF GALVANIZED SHEETS-Per Sheet and Per Bundle 



Gauges 


10 




11 




12 




Sizes 


* 

XX 
bJDCQ 

' C u 


■SB 

53 u 


h I 3 

X <D 

gco 

2 
2 
2 

2 
2 


+j (U 

bflCO 
IS 


V 

4-* ^ 

'53 u 
> a 


- 4-1 
§ CO 

£ O 


4-» 

XX 

bjDCO 
*a3 u 

> «3 

> a 


V 

biiPQ 




*- 

eJ 

COCO 

co a 


24x 72 
26x 72 
28x 72 
30x 72 
36x 72 


69.4 
75.1 
80.8 
86.8 
104.1 


138 
150 
161 
173 
208 


61.8 

67. 

72.1 

77.3 

92. 


185 
134 

144 
154 
184 


3 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


54.37 

58.9 

63.4 

67.9 

81.56 


163 
176 
126 
135 
163 


3 
3 
2 
2 

2 


12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
18. 


24x 84 
26x 84 
28x 84 
30x 84 
36x 84 


80.9 
87.6 
94.2 

101. 

121.4 


161 
175 
188 
202 
121 


2 
2 
2 
2 

1 


72. 
78.1 
84.2 
90.2 
108.3 


144 
156 
168 
180 
216 


63.4 

68.69 

73.99 

79.29 

95.1 


126 

137 
148 
158 
190 


2 
2 
2 
2 

2 


14. 

15.16 

16.33 

17.5 

21. 


24x 96 
26x 96 
28x 96 
30x 96 
36x 96 


92.5 
100.1 
107.88 
115.6 
138.1 


185 
200 
215 
231 
138 


2 
2 
2 
2 

1 


82.5 

89.4 

96.2 

103.1 

123.7 


165 
178 
192 
206 
123 


2 
2 
2 
2 
1 


72.5 
78.5 
84.55 
90.6 
108.7 


145 
157 
169 
181 
108 


2 

2 
2 
2 

1 


16. 

17.33 

18.66 

20. 
24. 


24x120 
26x120 
28x120 
30x120 
36x120 


115.62 
125.25 
134.88 
144.53 

173.44 


115 
125 
134 

144 
173 


1 


103.12 

111.72 

120.31 

128.9 

154.68 


206 
111 
120 
128 

154 


2 

1 
1 

1 1. 


90.62 

98.17 

105.72 

113.27 

135.93 


181 
196 
211 

113 
135 I 


2 
2 
2 

1 
1 | 


20. 

21.66 
23.33 

25. 
30. 



WEIGHTS OF GALVANIZED SHEETS-Per Sheet and Per Bundle 



Gauges 




13 




14 


!5 




24x 72 
26x 72 
28x 72 
30x 72 
36x 72 


46.87 
50.78 
54.68 
58.59 
70.3 


140 
152 
164 
175 
140 


3 
3 
3 
3 
2 


39.37 

42.65 

45.9 

49.2 

59. 


157 
170 
137 
147 
179 


4 
4 
3 
3 
3 


35.6 
38.59 

41.5 
44.5 
53.4 


142 
154 
166 
133 
160 


4 
4 
4 
3 
3 


12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
18. 


24x 84 
26x 84 
28x 84 
3 Ox 84 
36x 84 


54.68 

59.2 

63.78 

68.3 

82. 


164 
177 
191 
136 
164 


3 
3 
3 
2 

2 


1 45.9 
49.74 
53.58 
57.4 
68.9 


137 
149 
160 
172 
137 


3 
3 
3 
3 
2 


41.5 

45. 
48.47 
51.95 
62.24 


166 
135 

145 
155 

124 


4 
3 
3 

3 I 
2 


14. 

15.16 

16.33 

17.5 

21. 


24x 96 
26x 96 
28x 96 
30x 96 
36x 96 


62.5 

67.69 

72.89 

78.2 

93.75 


125 
135 
145 
156 
187 


2 
2 
2 
2 

2 


52.5 
56.8 
61.2 
65.6 
78.75 


157 
170 
183 
131 

157 


3 
3 
3 
2 
2 


47.5 

51.44 

55.39 

59.37 

71.5 


142 
154 
166 
178 
143 


3 
3 
3 
3 
2 


16. 
17.33 

18.66 

20. 

24. 


24x120 
26x120 
28x120 
30x120 

36x120 


78.12 
84.63 
91.14 
97.65 
117.18 | 


156 
169 
182 
195 

117 


2 
2 
2 
2 

1 1 


65.62 

71.09 

76.56 

82. 

98.43 


131 
142 
153 
164 
196 


2 
2 
2 
2 

2 || 


59.37 
64.32 
69.27 
74.22 
89.06 


178 
128 
138 
148 

178 


3 
2 

2 
2 

2 


20. 

21.66 

23.33 

25. 
30. 



No allowance for bands 



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WEIGHTS OF GALVANIZED SHEETS— Per Sheet and Per Bundle 



Gauges 


16 


17 


18 






Sizes 


4-> 

*C u 


*j fi 

is 

> 53 
E> 0, 




4-» 
U 


CD 
J*! 


D (U 


is a 


1 

'qj u 




+-* 

<L> 
<D 

Enid 

IS.' 


24x 72 


31.87 


159 


5 


28.87 


144 


5 


25.87 


155 


6 


12. 


26x 72 


34.5 


138 


4 


31.28 


156 


5 


28. 


140 


5 


13. 


28x 72 


37.18 


148 


4 


33.68 


168 


5 


30.18 


150 


5 


14. 


30x 72 


39.84 


159 


4 


56. 


144 


4 


32.34 


161 


5 


15. 


36x 72 


47.8 


143 


3 


43.3 


173 


4 


38.8 


155 


4 


18. 


24x 84 


37.18 


148 


4 


33.68 


168 


5 


30.18 


150 


5 


14. 


26x 84 


40.2 


160 


4 


36.4 


145 


4 


32.68 


163 


5 


15.16 


28x 84 


43.37 


173 


4 


39.25 


157 


4 


35.2 


140 


4 


16.33 


30x 84 


46.48 


139 


3 


42.1 


168 


4 


37.7 


150 


4 


17.5 


36x 84 


55,78 


167 


3 


50,5 


151 


3 


45.28 


135 


3 


21. 


24x 96 


42.5 


170 


4 


38.5 


154 


4 


34.5 


138 


4 


16. 


26x 96 


46. 


138 


3 


41.7 


166 


4 


37.36 


149 


4 


17.33 


28x 96 


49.56 


148 


3 


44.9 


179 


4 


40.23 


160 


4 


18.66 


30x 96 


53.2 


159 


3 


48.1 


144 


3 


43.12 


172 


4 


20. 


36x 96 


63.75 


127 


2 


57.75 


173 


3 


51.75 


155 


3 


24. 


24x120 


53.12 


159 


3 


48.12 


144 


3 


43.12 


129 


3 


20. 


26x120 


57.55 


172 


3 


52.13 


156 


3 


46.72 


140 


3 


21.66 


28x120 


61.98 


186 


3 


56.14 


168 


3 


50.31 


150 


3 


23.33 


30x120 


66.40 


132 


2 


60.15 


180 


3 


53.90 


161 


3 


25. 


36x120 


79.69 


159 


2 


72.19 


144 


2 


64.69 


129 


2 


30. 



WEIGHTS OF GALVANIZED SHEETS— Per Sheet and Per Bundle 



Gauges 


19 


20 


21 




24x 72 


22.87 


160 


7 


19.87 


158 


8 


18.37 


146 


8 


12. 


26x 72 


24.75 


148 


6 


21.53 


150 


7 


19.9 


159 


8 


13. 


28x 72 


26.68 


160 


6 


23.18 


162 


7 


21.43 


150 


7 


14. 


30x 72 


28.59 


142 


5 


24.84 


149 


6 


22.96 


160 


7 


15. 


36x 72 


34.3 


137 


4 


29.8 


149 


5 


27.56 


165 


6 


18. 


24x 84 


26.68 


160 


6 


23.18 


162 


7 


21.43 


150 


7 


14. 


26x 84 


28.89 


144 


5 


25.1 


150 


6 


23.2 


162 


7 


15.16 


28x 84 


31.12 


155 


5 


27. 


135 


5 


25. 


150 


6 


16.33 


30x 84 


33.35 


166 


5 


28.77 


144 


5 


26.79 


160 


6 


17.5 


36x 84 


40. 


160 


4 


34.78 


139 


4 


32.15 


160 


5 


21. 


24x 96 


30.5 


152 


5 


26.5 


159 


6 


24.5 


147 


6 


16. 


26x 96 


33. 


165 


5 


28.7 


143 


5 


26.53 


159 


6 


17.33 


28x 96 


35.57 


142 


4 


30.9 


154 


5 


28.57 


142 


5 


18.66 


30x 96 


38.12 


152 


4 


33.12 


165 


5 


30.6 


153 


5 


20. 


36x 96 


45.75 


137 


3 


39.75 


159 


4 


36.75 


157 


4 


24. 


24x120 


38.12 


152 


4 


33.12 


165 


5 


30.62 


153 


5 


20. 


26x120 


41.30 


165 


4 


35.88 


143 


4 


33.17 


165 


5 


21.66 


28x120 


44.48 


133 


3 


38.64 


154 


4 


35.73 


142 


4 


23.33 


30x120 


47.65 


142 


3 


41.40 


165 


4 


38.28 


153 


4 


25. 


36x120 


57.19 


171 


3 


49.68 


149 


3 


45.93 


137 


3 


30. 



No allowance for bands 



51 



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WEIGHTS OF GALVANIZED SHEETS-Per Sheet and Per Bundle 



Gauges 


22 




23 






24 




|| 


Sizes 


4J 
MCO 

*G u 
> u 


1) u, 

> a 


ui3 

X <D 

§ 03 

£o 

9 
8 
8 

7 
6 


4J S 

ojoW 


i 

1 TJ 
o/)PQ 


<L> <u 
JQ <D 

a x 

§ CO 


4-) OJ 

oil CO 

IR 

i _ 

13.87 
15.03 
16.18 
17.34 
20.8 


<L> 

w)PQ 

j &K 

1 152 

1 150 

1 145 

i 156 

145 


XI O 


! s 

ea CO 

co a 


24x 72 
26x 72 
28x 72 
30x 72 
36x 72 


16.87 

18.28 

19.68 

21. 

25.3 


151 

146 
157 
147 
151 


15.37 

16.65 

17.93 

19.2 

23. 


! 153 

; 149 

143 
153 
161 


10 
9 
8 
8 

7 


ii 

10 
9 
9 

7 


12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
18. 


24x 84 
26x 84 
28x 84 
30x 84 
36x 84 


19.68 
21.3 
22.96 
24.6 

29.53 


157 
149 
160 
148 
147 


8 

7 



5 


17.93 
19.42 
20.92 
22.42 
26.9 


143 
155 
146 
156 
161 


8 
8 

7 
7 
6 


1 16.18 
17.52 
18.88 
20.23 

24.28 


145 
140 
151 
141 

145 


9 
8 
8 

7 
6 


14. 

15.16 

16.33 

17.5 

21. 


24x 96 
26x 96 
28x 96 
30x 96 
36x 96 


22.5 

24.37 

26.24 

28.12 

33.75 


157 
146 
157 
140 
168 


7 
6 
6 
5 
5 


20.5 

22,2 

23.9 

25.62 

30.75 


143 
155 
143 
153 
153 


7 
7 
6 
6 

5 


18.5 
20. 

21.57 
23.12 

27.75 


148 
160 
150 
161 
166 


8 
8 

7 
7 
6 


16. 
17.33 
18.66 
20. 

24. 


24x120 
26x120 
28x120 
30x120 
36x120 


28.12 
30.47 
32.81 
35.15 
42.18 


140 
152 
164 
140 
168 


5 

5 
5 

4 I 
4 


25.62 
27.76 
29.89 
32.03 
38.43 1 


153 
166 
149 
160 

153 ! 


6 

6 
5 

5 
4 


23.12 
25.05 
26.98 

28.90 
34.68 


161 
150 
161 

144 
173 


7 
6 
6 
5 
5 


20. 
21.66 
23.33 
25. 

30. 





WEIGHTS OF GALVANIZED SHEETS 


— Per Sheet and Per Bundle 




Gauges 




25 




26 


27 




24x 72 
26x 72 
28x 72 
30x 72 
36x 72 


12.37 

13.4 

14.43 

15.46 

18.56 


148 
147 
158 
154 
148 


12 
11 
11 
10 
8 


10.87 
11.78 
12.68 
13,59 
16.3 


152 
153 
152 
149 
146 


14 
13 
12 
11 
9 


10.12 
10.96 
11.81 
12.65 
15.18 


151 
153 
153 
151 

i 151 


15 
14 
13 
12 
10 


12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
18. 


24x 84 
26x 84 
28x 84 
30x 84 
36x 84 


14.43 

15.63 

16.84 

18. 

21.65 


158 
156 
151 
144 
151 


11 

10 
9 
8 

7 


12.68 
13.73 
14.79 
15.85 
19.30 


152 
151 
147 
158 
154 


12 

11 
10 
10 

8 | 


11.81 
12.78 
13.77 
14.76 

17.7 


153 
153 
151 
147 
159 


13 
12 
11 
10 
9 


14. 

15.16 

16.33 

17.5 

21. 


24x 96 
26x 96 
28x 96 
30x 96 
36x 96 


16.5 

17.87 

19.24 

20.62 

24.75 


148 

142 
153 

144 
148 


9 

8 
8 
7 
6 


14.5 

15.7 

16.9 

18.12 

21.75 


145 
157 
152 
144 
152 


10 

10 

9 

8 

7 


13.5 

14.62 

15.74 

16.87 

20.25 


148 
146 
157 
151 
162 


11 

10 

10 

9 

8 


16. 
17.33 
18.66 
20. 

24. 


24x120 
26x120 
28x120 
30x120 
36x120 


20.62 
22.34 
24.06 
25.78 
30.93 


144 
156 
144 

154 
154 


7 
7 
6 

6 

5 | 


18.12 
19.63 
21.14 
22.65 
27.18 


145 
157 
148 
158 
163 


8 
8 

7 
7 
6 


16.87 
18.28 
19.68 
21.09 
25.31 


151 
146 
157 
147 

151 


9 
8 
8 

7 

6 I 


20. 
21.66 
23.33 
25. 

30. 



52 



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h 



WEIGHTS OF GALVANIZED SHEETS— Per Sheet and Per Bundle 



Gauges 


28 


29 


30 




Sizes 




«3 




sl 


4-> £ 


X <L> 






Xi a) 


4-" 

fit 




W)CO 

"C u 


wiPQ 

'G u 

> a 




MCO 

"G u, 


mPQ 

'G u 


fc*8 


.2f M 

'C u 


"G u. 




COCO 

co a 


24x 72 


9.37 


149 


16 


8.62 


147 


17 


7.87 


150 


19 


12. 


26x 72 


10.15 


152 


15 


9.34 


149 


16 


8.53 


145 


17 


13. 


28x 72 


10.93 


153 


14 


10.06 


151 


15 


9.18 


146 


16 


14. 


30x 72 


11.71 


152 


13 


10.78 


162 


15 


9.84 


147 


15 


15. 


36x 72 


14. 


154 


11 


12.94 


155 


12 


11.81 


153 


13 


18. 


24x 84 


10.93 


153 


14 


10.06 


151 


15 


9.18 


146 


16 


14. 


26x 84 


11.84 


153 


13 


10.90 


153 


14 


9.93 


148 


15 


15.16 


28x 84 


12.75 


153 


12 


11.74 


153 


13 


10.71 


149 


14 


16.33 


30x 84 


13.67 


150 


11 


12.58 


151 


12 


11.48 


149 


13 


17.5 


36x 84 


16.4 


147 


9 


15.09 


151 


10 


13.78 


151 


11 


21. 


24x 96 


12.5 


150 


12 


11.50 


149 


13 


10.5 


157 


15 


16. 


26x 96 


13.53 


148 


11 


12.46 


150 


12 


11.37 


158 


14 


17.33 


28x 96 


14.57 


140 


10 


13.41 


148 


11 


12.24 


146 


12 


18.66 


30x 96 


15.62 


156 


10 


14.37 


144 


10 


13.12 


144 


11 


20. 


36x 96 


18.75 


150 


8 


17.25 


155 


9 


15.75 


157 


10 


24. 


24x120 


15.62 


156 


10 


14.37 


144 


10 


13.12 


157 


12 


20. 


26x120 


16.92 


152 


9 


15.57 


156 


10 


14.21 


156 


11 


21.66 


28x120 


18.22 


145 


8 


16.77 


151 


9 


15.31 


153 


10 


23.33 


30x120 


19.53 


156 


8 


17.97 


162 


9 


16.4 


147 


9 


25. 


36x120 


23.43 


164 


7 


21.56 


151 


7 


19.68 


157 


8 


30. 



No allowance for bands 



COST OF TIN FOR STANDING SEAM ROOFING 
Size, 20 x 28 inches 

Price per box, per square foot and per hundred square feet 



When 


S. S. 


S. s. 


When 


S. S. 


S. S. 


When 


S. S. 


S. S. 


Tin 


Roofing 


Roofing 


Tin 


Roofing 


Roofing 


Tin 


Roofing 


Roofing 


Costs 


Costs 


Costs 


Costs 


Costs 


Costs 


Costs 


Costs 


Costs 


Box 


Sq. Ft. 


Square 


Box 


Sq. Ft. 


Square 


Box 


Sq. Ft. 


Square 


$6.00 


.0162 


$1.62 


$12.50 


.0337 


$3.37 


$19.00 


.0513 


$5.13 


6.50 


.0175 


1.75 


13.00 


.0351 


3.51 


19.50 


.0526 


5.26 


7,00 


.0189 


1.89 


13.50 


.0364 


3.64 


20.00 


.0540 


5.40 


7.50 


.0202 


2.02 


14.00 


.0378 


3.78 


20.50 


.0553 


5.53 


8.00 


.0216 


2.16 


14.50 


.0391 


3.91 


21,00 


.0567 


5.67 


8.50 


.0230 


2.30 


15.00 


.0404 


4.04 


21.50 


.0580 


5.80 


9.00 


.0243 


2.43 


15.50 


.0418 


4.18 


22.00 


.0594 


5.94 


9.50 


.0256 


2.56 


16.00 


.0432 


4.32 


22.50 


.0607 


6.07 


10.00 


.0270 


2.70 


16.50 


.0446 


4.46 


23.00 


.0621 


6.21 


10.50 


.0283 


2.83 


17.00 


.0459 


4.59 


23.50 


.0634 


6.34 


11.00 


.0297 


2.97 


17.50 


.0473 


4.73 


24.00 


.0648 


6.48 


11.50 


.0310 


3.10 


18.00 


.0486 


4.86 








12.00 


.0324 


3.24 


18.50 


.0500 


5.00 









The above estimates do not include cost of laying material. 



53 



H YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY }••"- 



Weights of Black and Galvanized Sheet Steel 
U. S. Standard Gauges 






Galvanized 



Weight 

per square 

foot in 

Pounds 



5.781 
5.156 
4.531 
3.906 
3.281 
2.969 
2.656 
2.406 
2.156 
1.906 
1.656 
1.531 
1.406 
1.281 
1.156 
1.031 
.9062 
.8437 
.7812 
.7187 
.6562 



Weights 

per square 

foot in 

Ounces 



92K 
82^ 

72^ 
62^ 
523^ 
47^ 
42^ 
38^ 

30V 2 

2&y 2 

2VA 
22Y 2 

2oy 2 
\sy 2 
iey 2 

133^ 

uy 2 
ny 2 
ioy 9 



Number of 
Gauge 



Black 



0000000 

000000 

00000 

0000 

000 

00 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



Weight 

per square 

foot in 

Pounds 



20.4 
19.125 
17.85 
16.575 
15.30 
14.025 
12.75 
11.475 
10.84 
10.2 
9.56 
8.925 
8.29 
7.65 
7.01 
6.375 
5.737 
5.1 
4.46 
3.82 
3.19 
2.87 
2.55 
2.3 
2.04 
1.78 
1.53 
1.40 
1.275 
1.148 
1.02 
.8925 
.765 
.70 
.637 
.574 
.51 



Fractions 
of an inch 



Decimal 

parts of an 

inch 



A 
% 

Vie 
% 

H 
% 

He 

ll Ai 
Vi 

15 A4 
l %4 

He 

%2 
%4 

A 

%2 

H* 

H 28 

Me 

Heo 

Ao 

7 Aeo 

Ho 

A2 

7320 

Mo 

7/ 

Heo 

ll A40 

H* 

%40 

Ho 



.5 

.46875 

.4375 

.40625 

.375 

.34375 

.3125 

.28125 

.265625 

.25 

.234375 

.21875 

.203125 

.1875 

.171875 

.15625 

.140625 

.125 

.109375 

.09375 

.078125 

.0703125 

.0625 

.05625 

.05 

.04375 

.0375 

.034375 

.03125 

.028125 

.025 

.021875 

.01875 

.0171875 

.015625 

.0140625 

.0125 



bL 



54 



i YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY £• 



BUNDLING TABLE OF BLACK SHEETS 



Gauges 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 




4J 

y 

u 
A 
CO 


V 
V 

A 

CO 


<-> 

V 

A 

CO 


V 

§ 

n 


4-> 
4> 
<U 
JG 

CO 


V 

CO 


1 

3 

PQ 


1 

CO 


V 

CO 


c 
ffl 


V 

u 
A 
CO 


en 

1 

CO 


1 

PQ 


4-1 
U 


en 

13 

M 

CO 


V 

1 

PQ 


1 

CO 


D 
CO 


§ 

PQ 


fell 











«4H 




t*-l 




c 


•8 


"8 


o 


*S 


*S 


•3 





"8 








•8 


■8 


"8 


OS CO 


CO 


ft 




Z 


* 


4-» 

ft 


6 
Z 


ft 


ft 


6 
Z 


4-1 


£ 


6 
Z 


4-> 

ft 


4-< 
ft 


i 


ft 


4-1 
ft 




Z 


ft 


si 


24x 72 


67.5 


2 


135 


60. 


3 


180 


52.5 


3 


157 


45. 


3 


135 


37.5 


4 


150 


33.75 


4 


135 


12. 


26x 72 


73.13 


2 


146 


65. 


2 


130 


56.88 


3 


171 


48.74 


3 


146 


40.63 


4 


162 


36.56 


4 


146 


13. 


28x 72 


78.75 


2 


157 


70. 


2 


140 


61.25 


2 


122 


52.5 


3 


157 


43.75 


3 


131 


39.37 


4 


157 


14. 


30x 72 


84.38 


2 


169 


75. 


2 


150 


65.63 


2 


131 


56.25 


3 


169 


46.88 


3 


141 


42.19 


4 


169 


15. 


36x 72 


101.25 


1 


101 


90. 


2 


180 


78 . 75 


2 


157 


67.5 


2 


135 


56.25 


3 


169 


50.63 


3 


152 


18. 


24x 84 


78.75 


2 


157 


70. 


2 


140 


61.25 


2 


122 


52.5 


3 


157 


43.75 


3 


131 


39.38 


4 


157 


14. 


26x 84 


85.31 


2 


171 


75.83 


2 


152 


66.35 


2 


133 


56.88 


3 


171 


47.4 


3 


142 


42.66 


3 


128 


15.16 


28x 84 


91.88 


2 


184 


81.67 


2 


163 


71.46 


2 


143 


61.25 


2 


122 


51.04 


3 


153 


45.94 


3 


138 


16.33 


30x 84 


98.44 


1 


98 


87.5 


2 


175 


76.56 


2 


153 


65.63 


2 


131 


54.69 


3 


164 


49.22 


3 


148 


17.5 


36x 84 


118.13 


1 


118 


105. 


1 


105 


91.88 


2 


184 


78.75 


2 


157 


65.63 


2 


131 


59.06 


2 


118 


21. 


24x 96 


90. 


2 


180 


80. 


2 


160 


70. 


2 


140 


60. 


2 


120 


50. 


3 


150 


45. 


3 


135 


16. 


26x 96 


97.5 


2 


195 


86.67 


2 


173 


75.83 


2 


152 


65. 


2 


130 


54.17 


3 


162 


47.75 


3 


146 


17.33 


28x 96 


105. 


1 


105 


93.33 


2 


187 


81.67 


2 


163 


70. 


2 


140 


58.33 


3 


175 


52.5 


3 


157 


18.66 


30x 96 


112.5 


1 


113 


100. 


1 


100 


87.5 


2 


175 


75. 


2 


150 


62.5 


2 


125 


56.25 


3 


169 


20. 


36x 96 


135. 


1 
1 


135 


120. 


1 


120 


105. 


1 


105 


90. 


2 


180 


75. 


2 
3 


150 


67.5 


2 


135 


24. 


24x101 


94.69 


95 


84.17 


2 


168 


73.65 


2 


147 


63.13 


2 


126 


52.6 


158 


47.34 


3 


142 


16.83 


26x101 


102.58 


1 


103 


91.18 


2 




























18.24 


28x101 


110.47 


1 


110 


98.19 


2 


196 


85.92 


2 


172 


73.65 


2 


147 


61.37 


2 


123 


55.23 


3 


166 


19.64 


30x101 


118.36 


1 


118 


105.21 


1 


105 


92.06 


2 


184 


78.91 


2 


158 


65.76 


2 


131 


59.18 


2 


118 


21.04 


36x101 


142.03 


1 


142 


126.25 


1 


126 


110.47 


1 


110 


94.69 


2 


189 


78.91 


2 


158 


71.01 


2 


142 


25.25 


24x108 


101.25 


1 


101 


90. 


2 


180 


78.75 


2 


157 


67.5 


2 


135 


56.25 


3 


169 


50.63 


3 


152 


18. 


26x108 


109 . 69 


1 


110 


97.5 


2 


195 


85.31 


2 


171 


73.13 


2 


146 


60.94 


2 


122 


54.84 


3 


164 


19.5 


28x108 


118.13 


1 


118 


105. 


1 


105 


91.88 


2 


184 


78.75 


2 


157 


65.63 


2 


131 


59.06 


3 


177 


21. 


30x108 


126.56 


1 


127 


112.5 


1 


113 


98.44 


1 


98 


84.38 


2 


169 


70.31 


2 


141 


63.28 


2 


126 


22.5 


36x108 


151.88 


1 


152 


135. 


1 


135 


118.13 

87.5 


1 
2 


118 


101.25 


1 


101 


84.38 


2 


169 


75.94 


2 


152 


27. 


24x120 


112.5 


1 


113 


100. 


1 


100 


175 


75. 


2 


150 


62.5 


2 


126 


56.25 


3 


169 


20. 


26x120 


121.88 


1 


122 


108.83 


1 


1 08 


94.79 


2 


198 


81.25 


2 


162 


67.71 


2 


135 


60.94 


2 


122 


21.66 


28x120 


131.25 


1 


131 


116.67 


1 


117 


102.08 


1 


102 


87.5 


2 


175 


72.92 


2 


146 


65.63 


2 


131 


23.33 


30x120 


140.63 


1 


141 


125. 


1 


125 


109.38 


1 


109 


93.75 


2 


187 


78.13 


2 


156 


70.31 


2 


141 


25. 


36x120 


1 68 . 75 


1 


169 


150. 


1 


150 


131.25 


1 


131 


112.5 


1 


113 


93.75 


2 


187 


84 . 38 


2 


169 


30. 



Gauges 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 




24x 72 


30. 


5 


150 


27. 


6 


162 


24. 


6 


144 


21. 


7 


147 


18. 


8 


144 


12. 


26x 72 


32.5 


5 


162 


29.25 


5 


146 


26. 


6 


156 


22.75 


7 


159 


19.5 


8 


156 


13. 


28x 72 


35. 


4 


140 


31.5 


5 


157 


28. 


5 


140 


24.5 


6 


147 


21. 


7 


147 


14. 


30x 72 


37.5 


4 


150 


33.75 


4 


135 


30. 


5 


150 


26.25 


6 


157 


22.5 


7 


157 


15. 


36x 72 


45. 


3 


135 


40.5 


4 


162 


36. 


4 


144 


35. 


5 


157 


27. 


5 


135 


18. 


24x 84 


35. 


4 


140 


31.5 


5 


157 


28. 


5 


140 


24.5 


6 


147 


21. 


7 


147 


14. 


26x 84 


37.92 


4 


152 


34.13 


4 


136 


30.33 


5 


152 


26.54 


6 


159 


22.75 


7 


159 


15.16 


28x 84 


40.83 


4 


163 


36.75 


4 


147 


32.67 


5 


163 


28.58 


5 


143 


24.5 


6 


147 


16.33 


30x 84 


43.75 


3 


131 


39.38 


4 


157 


35. 


4 


140 


30.63 


5 


153 


26.25 


6 


157 


17.5 


36x 84 


52.5 


3 


157 


47.25 


3 


142 


42. 


4 


168 


36.75 


4 


147 


31.5 


5 


157 


21. 


24x 96 


40. 


4 


160 


36. 


4 


144 


32. 


5 


160 


28. 


5 


140 


24. 


6 


144 


16. 


26x 96 


43.33 


3 


130 


39. 


4 


156 


34.67 


4 


139 


30.33 


5 


152 


26. 


6 


156 


17.33 


28x 96 


46.67 


3 


140 


42. 


4 


168 


37.33 


4 


149 


32.67 


5 


163 


28. 


5 


140 


18.66 


30x 96 


50. 


3 


150 


45. 


3 


135 


40. 


4 


160 


35. 


4 


140 


30. 


5 


150 


20. 


36x 96 


60. 


2 


120 


54. 


3 


162 


48. 


3 


144 


42. 


4 


168 


36. 


4 


144 


24. 


24x101 


42.08 


4 


168 


37.88 


4 


151 


33.67 


4 


135 


29.46 


5 


147 


25.25 


6 


151 


16.83 


26x101 


45.59 


3 


137 


41.03 


4 


164 


36.47 


4 


146 


31.92 


5 


160 


27.25 


5 


137 


18.24 


28x101 


49.09 


3 


147 


44.19 


3 


132 


39.28 


4 


157 


34.37 


4 


137 


29.46 


5 


147 


19.64 


30x101 


52.6 


3 


158 


47.34 


3 


142 


42.08 


4 


168 


36.83 


4 


147 


31.56 


5 


158 


21.04 


36x101 


63.13 


2 


126 


56.81 


3 


170 


50.5 


3 


151 


44.19 


3 


132 


37.88 


4 


151 


25.25 


24x108 


45. 


3 


135 


40.5 


4 


162 


36. 


4 


144 


31.5 


5 


157 


27. 


5 


135 


18. 


26x108 


48.75 


3 


146 


43.88 


3 


132 


39. 


4 


156 


34.13 


4 


136 


29.25 


5 


146 


19.5 


28x108 


52.5 


3 


157 


47.25 


3 


142 


42. 


4 


168 


36.75 


4 


147 


31.5 


5 


157 


21. 


30x108 


56.25 


3 


169 


50.63 


3 


152 


45. 


3 


135 


39.38 


4 


157 


33.75 


4 


135 


22.5 


36x108 


67.5 


2 


135 


60.75 


2 


121 


54. 


3 


162 


47.25 


3 


142 


40.5 


4 


162 


27. 


24x120 


50. 


3 


150 


45. 


3 


135 


40. 


4 


160 


35. 


4 


140 


30. 


5 


150 


20. 


26x120 


54.17 


3 


162 


48.75 


3 


146 


43.33 


3 


130 


37.92 


4 


152 


32.5 


5 


162 


21.66 


28x120 


58.33 


3 


175 


52.5 


3 


157 


46.67 


3 


140 


40.83 


4 


163 


35. 


4 


140 


23.33 


30x120 


62.5 


2 


125 


56.25 


3 


169 


50. 


3 


150 


43.75 


3 


131 


37.5 


4 


150 


25. 


36x120 


75. 


2 


150 


67.5 


2 


135 


60. 


2 


120 


52.5 


3 


157 


45. 


3 


135 


30. 












55 



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{ YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY }> 



BUNDLING TABLE OF BLACK SHEETS (Continued) 



Gauges 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 




X 

m 


•M 
V 
V 

X 
CO 


u 
C 

X 

w 

1 


C 

m 




| 

Xi 

w 

o 


w 

y 

1 



d 

z 


1 

3 

PQ 

1*4 


+J 


X 

co 


w 

1 

co 



55 


C 

n 
"S 


4J 

J! 

w 

£ 


05 
I 

w 

<*- 



6 
Z 


! 

PQ 




1 

co 

*8 

is 


■Si 

Z 
& 

CO 



6 
Z 


§ 

PQ 


MM 

a* u 
co a 


24x 72 
26x 72 
28x 72 
30x 72 
36x 72 


16.5 

17.88 

19.25 

20 . 63 
24.75 


9 
8 
8 

7 
6 


148 
143 
154 

144 
148 


15. 
16.25 
17.5 
18.75 

22.5 


10 
9 
8 
8 

7 


150 
146 
140 
150 
157 


13.5 

14.63 

15.75 

16.88 

20.25 


11 

10 

9 

9 
7 


148 
146 

142 
152 
142 


12. 
13. 

14. 
15. 
18. 


12 
U 
11 
10 
8 


144 
143 
154 
150 
144 


10.51 
11.38 
12.25 
13.13 
15.75 


14 
13 
12 
11 
9 


147 
148 
147 

144 
142 


12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
18. 


24x 84 
26x 84 
28x 84 
30x 84 
36x 84 


19.25 
20.85 

22.46 
24.06 
28.88 


8 

7 
7 
6 
5 


154 
146 

157 
144 
144 


17.5 
18.96 

20.42 
21.88 
26.25 


8 
8 

7 
7 
6 


140 
152 
143 
153 

157 


15.75 
17.06 

18.37 
19.69 

23.63 


9 
9 
8 
8 
6 


142 
153 
147 
157 

142 


14. 
15.16 

16.33 

17.5 

21. 


11 

10 

9 

8 

7 


154 
152 

147 
140 
147 


12.25 
13.27 
14.29 
15.31 
18.38 


12 

11 
10 
10 
8 


147 
146 
143 
153 

147 


14. 

15.16 

16.33 

17.5 

21. 


24x 96 
26x 96 
28x 96 
30x 96 
36x 96 


22. 
23.83 

25.67 

27.5 

33. 


7 
6 
6 
6 

5 


154 
143 
154 
165 
165 


20. 

21.67 

23.33 

25. 

30. 


7 
7 
6 
6 

5 


140 
152 
140 
150 
150 


18. 

19.5 

21. 

22.5 

27. 


8 
8 

7 
7 
6 


144 
156 
147 
157 
162 

151 
143 

155 
142 

142 


16. 
17.33 
18.67 
20. 

24. 


9 
9 
8 
7 
6 


144 
156 
149 
140 
144 


14. 

15.17 

16.33 

17.5 

21. 


10 

10 

9 

8 
7 


140 
152 
147 
140 
147 


16. 
17.33 

18.66 

20. 

24. 


24x101 
26x101 
28x101 
30x101 
36x101 


23.15 

25.08 
27.01 
28.94 

34.72 


6 
6 
6 
5 

4 


139 
150 

162 
145 

139 


21.04 

22.79 
24.55 
26.3 
31.56 


7 
7 
6 
6 
5 


147 
159 
147 
158 
158 


18.94 
20.51 
22.09 
23.67 
28.41 


8 

7 
7 
6 
5 


16.83 

18.24 
19.64 

21.04 
25.25 


9 
8 
8 
7 
6 


151 

146 
157 
147 
151 


14.73 
15.96 
17.19 
18.41 
22.1 


10 
9 
9 

8 
7 


147 
144 
155 
147 
155 


16.83 

18.24 
19.64 
21.04 
25.25 


24x108 
26x108 
28x108 
30x108 
36x108 


24.75 
26.81 
28.87 
30.94 
37.13 


6 

6 
5 
5 
4 


148 
161 

144 
155 
148 


22.5 

24.37 

26.25 

28.12 

33.75 


7 
6 
6 
5 
5 


157 
146 
157 
141 
169 


20.25 
21.94 
23.62 
25.31 
30.38 


7 
7 
6 
6 
5 


142 
153 
142 
152 
152 


18. 

19.5 

21. 

22.5 
27. 


8 
8 

7 
7 
6 


144 
156 
147 
157 
162 


15.75 
17.06 
18.38 
19.69 

23.63 


9 
9 
8 
8 
6 


142 
153 
147 
157 
142 


18. 
19.5 

21. 

22.5 

27. 


24x120 

26x120 
28x120 
30x120 
36x120 


27.5 

29.79 

32.08 

34.37 

41.20 


5 
5 
5 

5 

4 


137 

149 
160 
137 | 
165 | 


25. 

27.08 

29.17 

31.25 

37.5 


6 

6 
5 
5 
4 


150 
162 
146 
156 
15^ I 


22.5 

24.37 
26.25 
28.12 

33.75 


7 
6 
6 

5 
5 


157 
146 
157 
141 
169 


20. 

21.67 

23.33 

25. 

30. 


7 
7 
6 

f 


140 
152 

140 
150 

150 


17.5 

18.96 
20.42 
21.88 

26.25 


8 

8 

7 
7 
6 1 


140 
152 
143 
153 

157 


20. 

21.66 
23.33 
25. 
30. 



Gauges 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


| 


24x 72 
26x 72 
28x 72 
30x 72 
36x 72 


9. 

9.75 
10.5 
11.25 
13.5 


16 
15 
14 
13 
11 


144 
146 
147 
146 
148 


8.25 

8.94 

9.63 

10.31 

12.38 


18 
16 
16 
14 
12 


14d 
143 
154 
144 
148 


7.5 
8.13 
8.75 
9.38 
11.25 


20 
18 
17 
16 
13 


150 
146 
149 
150 

146 


6.75 
7.31 
7.88 
8.44 
10.13 


22 
20 
19 
18 

15 


148 
146 

150 
152 
152 


6. 

6.5 

7. 

7.5 

9. 


25 
23 
21 
20 
16 


150 
149 
147 
150 
144 


12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 

18. 


24x 84 
26x 84 
28x 84 
30x 84 
36x 84 


10.5 
11.38 
12.25 
13.13 

15.75 


14 
13 
12 
11 
9 


147 
148 
147 

144 
142 


9.63 
10.43 
11.23 
12.03 

14.44 


15 
14 
13 
12 
10 


144 
146 
146 
144 
144 


8.75 

9.48 

10.21 

10.94 

13.13 


17 
16 
14 
14 
11 


149 
152 

143 
153 
144 


7.88 
8.53 
9.19 
9.84 
11.81 


19 
17 
16 
15 
13 


150 
145 
147 
148 
153 


7. 

7.58 

8.17 

8.75 
10.5 


21 
19 
19 
17 
14 


147 
144 
155 
149 
147 


14. 
15.16 

16.33 

17.5 

21. 


24x 96 
26x 96 
28x 96 
30x 96 
36x 96 


12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
18. 


12 
11 
11 

10 
8 


144 
143 
154 
150 

144 


11. 

11.92 
12.83 
13.75 
16.5 


13 
12 
12 
11 
9 


143 
143 
154 
151 
148 


10. 

10.83 

11.67 

12.5 

15. 


15 
14 
13 
12 
10 


150 
152 
152 

150 
150 


9. 

9.75 
10.5 
11.25 
13.5 


16 
15 

14 
13 
11 


144 
146 
147 
146 
148 


8. 

8.67 

9.33 

10. 

12. 


18 
17 
16 
15 
12 


144 
147 
149 
150 
144 


16. 
17.33 
18.66 
20. 

24. 


24x101 
26x101 
28x101 
30x101 
36x101 


12.63 
13.68 
14.73 
15.78 
18.94 


12 

11 

10 

9 

8 


151 
150 
147 
142 
151 


11.57 

12.54 

13.5 

14.47 

17.36 


12 
12 
11 

10 
9 


139 
150 
148 
145 
156 


10.52 

11.4 

12.27 

13.15 

15.78 


14 
13 
12 
11 
9 


147 
148 
147 
145 
142 


9.47 
10.26 
11.05 
11.84 
14.2 


16 
14 

13 
12 
10 


151 
144 
144 
142 
142 


8.42 
9.12 
9.82 

10.52 
12.62 


18 
16 
15 
14 
12 


151 

146 
147 
147 
151 


16.83 
18.24 

19.64 
21.04 

25.25 


24x108 
26x108 
28x108 
30x108 
36x108 


13.5 

14.63 

15.75 

16.88 

20.25 


11 

10 
9 
9 

7 


148 
146 
142 
152 

142 


12.38 
13.41 
14.44 
15.47 
18 . 56 


12 

11 

10 

10 

8 


148 

147 
144 
155 
148 


11.25 
12.19 
13.13 
14.06 
16.88 


13 
12 
11 
11 
9 


146 
146 
144 
155 
152 


10.13 
10.97 
11.81 

12.66 
15.19 


15 
14 
13 
12 

10 


152 
153 
153 
152 
152 


9. 

9.75 
10.5 
11.25 
13.5 


17 
15 
15 
13 
11 


153 
146 
157 
146 
148 


18. 
19.5 

21. 

22.5 

27. 


24x120 
26x120 
28x120 
30x120 
36x120 


15. 

16.25 

17.5 

18.75 
22.5 


10 
9 

8 
8 

7 


150 
146 
140 
150 
157 


13.75 

14.9 

16.04 

17.19 

20.63 


11 

10 
9 
9 
8 


151 
149 
144 
155 
165 


12.5 

13.54 

14.58 

15.63 

18.75 


12 
11 

10 
10 
8 


150 
149 
146 
156 
150 


11.25 
12.19 
13.13 
14.06 
16.88 


13 
12 
11 
11 
9 


146 
146 
144 
155 
152 


10. 

10.83 

11.67 

12.5 

15. 


15 

14 
14 
12 
10 


150 
152 
163 
150 

150 


20. 

21.66 

23.33 

25. 

30. 



56 



■ -i YORK CORRUGATING COMPANY >••■ 



Standard Differentials and Extras 



Galvanized Sheets and Long Terne Sheets 



Price per 
Gauge 100 lbs. 

30 Add $ .50 

29 Add 25 

28 (Carload quantities) Base 

27 Deduct 15 

25-26 Deduct 30 



Price per 
Gauge 100 lbs. 

22-24 Deduct $ .45 

17-21 Deduct 60 

15-16 Deduct !. . .75 

12-14 Deduct 90 

10-11 Deduct . 1.00 



STANDARD SIZES 

No. 30 and heavier in even gauges. 
Widths: 24, 26, 28, 30 and 36 inches. 
Lengths: 72, 84, 96 and 120 inches. 

Note — On all sizes other than standard, when specified in quantities of less then 4,000 lbs. to 
the item, prices will be quoted on application. 



EXTRAS FOR WIDTH 





Extra Per 


Gauge 


Width 100 lbs. 


15 Ga. and Heavier. . 24" to 40 ". 


. Base 


15 Ga. and Heavier. .Over 40" to 44". 


.$ .10 


15 Ga. and Heavier . . Over 44" to 48" . 


. .20 


15 Ga. and Heavier. .Over 48" to 52". 


. .30 


15 Ga. and Heavier. .Over 52" to 54". 


. .40 


15 Ga. and Heavier. .Under 24" to 12". 


. .20 


15 Ga. and Heavier. .Under 12" to 6" 


. .25 


16 Ga 


24" to 36". 


. Base 


16 Ga 


..Over 36" to 44". 


. .10 


16 Ga 


. . Over 44" to 48" . 


. .20 


16 Ga 


. .Over 48" to 52". 


. .35 


16 Ga . 


. .Over 52" to 54". 


. .50 


16 Ga 


. .Under 24" to 12". 


. .20 


16 Ga.. . . 


. .Under 12" to 6" 


.25 


17 and 18 Ga. . . . 


24" to 36". 


. Base 


17 and 18 Ga. . . . 


. .Over 36" to 44". 


. .10 


17 and 18 Ga. . . . 


. .Over 44" to 48". 


. .20 


17 and 18 Ga. . . . 


..Over 48" to 52". 


. .35 


17 and 18 Ga 


..Over 52" to 54". 


. .50 


17 and 18 Ga. . . . 


..Under 24" to 12". 


. .20 


17 and 18 Ga. . . . 


..Under 12" to 6". 


. .30 


19 to 21 Ga 


24" to 36" 


Base 


19 to 21 Ga 


..Over 36" to 40". 


. .20 


19 to 21 Ga 


..Over 40" to 44". 


. . .30 


19 to 21 Ga 


..Over 44" to 48". 


. . .40 


19 to 21 Ga 


. .Over 48" to 52". 


.. .50 


19 to 21 Ga 


..Over 52" to 54". 


. . .75 


19 to 21 Ga 


. Under 24" to 12" 


.20 




EXTRAS F 




Extra Per 


Gauge 


Width 100 lbs. 


10 to 12 Ga. . . . . . 


60" to 144". 


. Base 


10 to 12 Ga 


Over 144" to 168". 


..$ .50 


10 to 12 Ga 


Over 168" to 192". 


. . .60 


10 to 12 Ga 


Over 192" to 216". 


. . .75 


10 to 12 Ga 


Over 216" to 228". 


. 1.00 


10 to 12 Ga 


Under 60" to 30". 


.10 


10 to 12 Ga 


Under 30" to 18". 


. . .20 


13 and 14 Ga. . . . 


60" to 144". 


. Base 


13 and 14 Ga. . . . 


Over 144" to 168" 


. . .50 


13 and 14 Ga. . . . 


Over 168" to 192" 


. . .75 


13 and 14 Ga. . . 


Over 192" to 216". 


. 1.00 


13 and 14 Ga. 


Over 216" to 228". 


. 1.50 


13 and 14 Ga . . . . 


Under 60" to 30". 


. .10 


13 and 14 Ga 


Under 30" to 18". 


. .20 



Gauge 

19 to 21 Ga Under 

22 to 24 Ga 

22 to 24 Ga Over 

22 to 24 Ga Over 

22 to 24 Ga Over 

22 to 24 Ga Under 

22 to 24 Ga Under 

25 and 26 Ga 

25 and 26 Ga Over 

25 and 26 Ga Over 

25 and 26 Ga Under 

25 and 26 Ga Under 

27 Ga 

27 Ga Over 

27 Ga Over 

27 Ga Over 

27 Ga Under 

27 Ga Under 

28 Ga. 

28 Ga. Over 

28 Ga Over 

28 Ga Under 

28 Ga Under 

29 and 30 Ga 

29 and 30 Ga Over 

29 and 30 Ga Under 

29 and 30 Ga Under 



Extra Per 
Width 100 lbs. 
12" to 6"...$ .30 
24" to 36". 
36" to 40". 
40" to 44". 
44" to 48". 
24" to 12". 
12" to 6". 
24" to 36". 
36" to 40" 
40" to 44" 
24" to 12" 
12" to 6" 
24" to 32" 
32" to 36" 
36" to 40" 
40" to 44" 
24" to 12" 
12" to 6" 
24" to 32" 
32" to 36" 
36" to 40" 
24" to 12" 
12" to 6" 
24" to 32" 
32" to 36" 
24" to 12" 
12" to 6" 



Base 
.20 
.40 
.60 
.20 
.30 

Base 
.30 
.60 
.25 
.35 

Base 
.10 
.50 
.75 
.25 
.35 

Base 
.20 
.60 
.25 
.35 

Base 
.20 
.25 
.35 



Gauge 

15 and 16 Ga 

15 and 16 Ga Over 

15 and 16 Ga Over 

15 and 16 Ga Under 

15 and 16 Ga Under 

17 to 24 Ga 

17 to 24 Ga Over 

17 to 24 Ga Under 

17 to 24 Ga Under 

25 to 30 Ga 

25 to 30 Ga Over 

25 to 30 Ga Under 

25 to 30 Ga Under 



Extra Per 
Width 100 lbs. 



60" to 144".. 
144" to 168". 
168" to 180". . 

60" to 30".. 

30" to 18".. 

60" to 124".. 
124" to 144".. 

60" to 30".. 

30" to 18".. 

60" to 124".. 
124" to 144".. 

60" to 30".. 

30" to 18".. 



. Base 
$ .50 
. .75 
. .10 
. .20 
. Base 
. .10 
. .20 
. .30 
. Base 
. .10 
.25 
. .35 



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Standard Differentials and Extras 

One Pass Cold Rolled Black Sheets 



- Price per 

&AA* 1001bs - 

30 Add * on 

29 Add ;;;;; ;;;;;;;;;;; * l0 

28 (Carload quantities) . . . Rase 

27 Deduct....... n f 

25-26 Deduct ..':'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. !l0 



Price per 
^ au ge 100 lbs 

22-24 Deduct tic 

17-21 Deduct 



15- 

13 

10- 



16 Deduct. 
14 Deduct. 
12 Deduct. 



.20 
.25 
.30 
.35 



STANDARD SIZES 
No. 25 and heavier in even gauges. 
Nos. 26 to 30 

Widths: 24, 26, 28, 30 and 36 inches. 
Lengths: 72, 84, 96 and 120 inches. Also, 24 x 101 for stove pipe manufacture. 

toSttA^t^ SESfir specified in «-*- ° f ■- *« 4,ooo ihs. 



EXTRAS FOR WIDTH 



_ Extra Per 

?J^ gG JTT Width 100 lbs. 

16 Ga. and Heavier . . 24" and wider . . Base 

16 Ga. and Heavier. Under 24" 

16 Ga. and Heavier. Under 12" 

17 to 18 Ga 24" 

17 to 18 Ga....... ..Over 36" 

17 to 18 Ga... Under 24" 

17 to 18 Ga Under 12" 

19 to 21 Ga . 24" 

19 to 21 Ga Over 36" 

19 to 21 Ga Over 44" 

19 to 21 Ga Under 24" 

19 to 21 Ga Under 12" 

22 to 24 Ga 24" 

22 to 24 Ga Over 36" 

22 to 24 Ga Over 40" 

22 to 24 Ga Under 24" 



to 12". 


.$ .10 


to 6". 


. .20 


to 36". 


Base 


to 48". 


. .05 


to 12". 


. .15 


to 6".. 


. .25 


to 36".. 


. Base 


to 44".. 


. .15 


to 48".. 


. .25 


to 12".. 


. .15 


to 6".. 


. .25 


to 36".. 


. Base 


to 40".. 


. .20 


to 48".. 


. .40 


to 12".. 


. .15 



Gauge 

22 to 24 Ga Under 

25 to 27 Ga 

25 to 27 Ga. Over 

25 to 27 Ga Over 

2S to 27 Ga Under 

25 to 27 Ga... .. .. ..Under 

28 Ga 

28 Ga. Over 

28 Ga Over 

28 Ga Under 

28 Ga ..Under 

29 to 30 Ga... . 

29 to 30 Ga Over 

29 to 30 Ga... Under 

29 to 30 Ga . Under 



Extra Per 


Width 


100 lbs. 


12" to 6" 


..$ .25 


24" to 36" 


. . Base 


36" to 40" 


.. .20 


40" to 44". 


.. .40 


24" to 12". 


. . .20 


12" to 6". 


.. .30 


24" to 32". 


. . Base 


32" to 36". 


.. .10 


36" to 40". 


. . .40 


24" to 12". 


.. .20 


12" to 6". 


. . .30 


24" to 32" 


. . Base 


32" to 36". 


. . .10 


24" to 12". 


. . .20 


12" to 6". 


. . .30 



EXTRAS FOR LENGTH 



Gauge 

16 Ga. and Heavier. 

16 Ga. and Heavier . Under 

16 Ga. and Heavier . Under 

17 to 18 Ga 

17 to 18 Ga Over 

17 to 18 Ga Under 

17 to 18 Ga Under 

19 to 21 Ga ..;. 

19 to 21 Ga Over 

19 to 21 Ga Under 







Extra Per 




Width 100 


60' 


to 144". 


. Base 


60' 


to 


30". 


.$ .10 


30' 


to 


18". 


. .15 


60' 


to 124". 


. Base 


124* 


to 144". 


. .10 


60" 


to 


30". 


. .15 


30" 


to 


18". 


. .25 


60" 


to 124". 


. Base 


124" 


to 144". 


. .10 


60" 


to 


30". 


. .15 



Gauge 

19 to 21 Ga Under 

22 to 24 Ga 

22 to24Ga Over 

22 to 24 Ga Under 

22 to 24 Ga Under 

25 Ga. and Lighter. . 
25 Ga. and Lighter. . Over 
25 Ga. and Lighter. Under 
25 Ga. and Lighter. . Under 



Extra Per 

Width 100 lbs. 

30" to 18"..$ .25 

60" to 124". . Base 

124" to 144".. .10 
60" to 30". . .15 
30" to 18".. .25 
60" to 124".. Base 

124" to 144".. .10 
60" to 30".. .20 
30" to 18".. .30 



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Black Sheets 




Our large warehouse enables us to carry a fine assortment of sizes in 16 
to 28 gauges of 24, 26, 28, 30 and 36 inches wide by 96 inches long, and 
24 x 101 inches in 24, 26, 27 and 28 gauges. 



One Pass Cold Rolled, Box Annealed Sheets 

Our Cold Rolled Steel Sheets are soft, smooth and clean, and will double 
seam under all ordinary circumstances. 



Follansbee Blue 
and 
Banner Smooth Sheets, Even Color Hammered Open Hearth Sheets. 
We also carry a stock of Follansbee Polished Iron. 

Auto Sheets 
We carry a large stock of Auto Sheets in different grades. 
Write for grades and sizes. 



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Sheet Copper 

Polishing 

Over Price for Cold Rolled Copper 

48 in. and less Over 48 in. to 96 ft. 

10 inches wide and under $.06 per sq. ft. $.07 per sq. ft. 

Over 10 inches to 36 inches inc 05 per sq. ft. .06 per sq. ft. 

Over 36 inches 08 per sq. ft. .09 per sq. ft. 

Double the above prices if polished on both sides. 
Over 96 inch lengths Special p rices 

Tinning 

96 in. and less Over 96 in. 

20 inches wide and under $.06 per sq. ft. $.07 per sq. ft. 

Over 20 inches to 48 inches inc 07 per sq. ft. .08 per sq. ft. 

Over 48 inches 08 per sq. ft. .09 per sq. ft. 

Double the above prices if tinned on both sides. 

For tinning the edges of sheets one or both sides price shall be the 
same as for tinning all of one side of the specified sheet. 

For tinning circles and pattern sheets, the prices per square foot 
are based upon the square of the circle or the sheet from which the 
piece is cut. 



Sheets 



Circles 



Cold Rolling 

14 oz. per sq. ft. and heavier $.03 lb. $.04>< lb. 

Lighter than 14 oz 06 lb. .08 " lb. 

Cold Rolled Tinned Sheets and Circles one-half cent pound extra 
over above prices. 

Cold Rolled and Annealed Copper Sheets and Circles take same 
price as Cold Rolled or Hard Copper of corresponding dimensions 
and thickness. 

Special Prepared Copper p r i ces upon application 



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Table of Sheet Copper Gauges 



Thickness 
Inches 


English 
Stbs. 


American 
B-S 


Lbs. per 
Sq. Ft. 


Ozs. per 

Sq. Ft. 


30x60 
Lbs. per Sht. 


30x96 
Lbs. per Sht. 


36x96 
Lbs. per Sht. 


.300 
.289 
.284 


1 
2 


i 


13.80 
13.29 
13.06 


221 
213 
209 


173 
166 
163 


276 
266 
261 


332 
320 
314 


.259 
1/4 .258 


3 


2 


11.91 
11. o7 


191 
190 


140 
149 


238 
237 


287 
285 


.238 
.229 
.220 


4 
5 


3 


10.95 
10.53 
10.12 


175 
168 
162 


137 
131 

127 


219 
211 
202 


263 
252 
243 


.204 
1 /5 . 203 


6 


4 


9.38 

9.34 


150 
149 


117 
117 


188 
187 


225 
224 


.182 

.180 

1/6 .165 


7 
8 


5 


8.37 

8.28 
7.60 


134 
132 
121 


105 

104 

95 


167 
166 
152 


200 
198 
182 


.162 
.148 

.144 


9 


6 

7 


7.45 
6.81 
6.62 


119 

109 
106 


93 
85 
83 


149 
136 
132 


179 
164 

159 


.134 
1/8 .128 


10 


8 


6.16 
5.8J 


99 
94 


77 
74 


123 
118 


149 
141 


.120 
.114 


11 


9 


5.52 
5.24 


88 

84 


69 
66 


110 
105 


132 
126 


.109 
1/10 .102 


12 


10 


5.01 
4.69 


80 
75 


63 
5J 


100 
94 


120 
113 


.095 

.091 

1/12 .083 


13 
14 


11 


4.37 
4.19 
3.82 


70 
67 
61 


55 
52 
48 


87 

84 
76 


105 

101 

92 


.081 

.072 

1/16 .065 


15 
16 


12 
13 


3.73 
3.31 
2.99 


60 
53 
48 


47 
41 

37 


75 
66 
60 


90 
80 

72 


.064 
.058 
.057 


17 


14 
15 


2.95 

2.67 
2.62 


47 
43 
42 


37 
33 
33 


59 

53 
52 


71 
65 

63 


.051 
.049 
.045 


18 


16 
17 


2.35 
2.25 
2.07 


38 
36 
33 


29 
28 
26 


47 
45 
41 


57 
54 
51 


.042 
.040 
.036 


19 


18 
19 


1.93 
1.84 
1.66 


31 
29 
27 


24 
23 
21 


39 
37 
33 


48 
45 
42 


.035 

1/32 .032 


20 
21 


20 


1.61 
1.47 


26 

24 


20 
18 


32 
29 


39 

36 


.028 
.025 
.023 


22 
23 


21 

22 
23 


1.29 
1.15 
1.06 


21 
18 
17 


16 
14 
13 


26 
23 
21 


33 

27 
26 


.022 
.020 


24 
25 


24 


1.00 
.92 


16 
15 


12.5 
11.5 


20 
18 


24 
22.5 


.018 

1/64 .016 


26 
27 


25 
26 


.83 
.74 


13 
12 


10.3 

9.2 


16.6 
14.8 


19.5 
18 


.014 
.013 
.012 


28 
29 
30 


27 
28 


.64 
.60 
.55 


10 
9.5 
9 


8 

7.5 
6.8 


12.8 

12 

11 


15.4 
14.4 
13.5 


.011 
.010 
.009 


3i 
32 


29 

31 


.51 
.46 
.41 


8 
7 
7 


6.3 
5.7 
5 


10.2 
9.2 

8.2 


12 
11 
9.8 


.008 
.007 
.006 


33 
34 


32 
33 
34 


.37 
.32 
.28 


6 
5 
4 


4.6 

4 

3.5 


7.4 
6.4 
5.6 


9 

7.5 
6.7.. ,. 


.005 

.0045 
.004 


35 
36 


36 
37 
38 


.23 
.21 
.IS 


4 
3 
2.88 


2.8 
2.6 

2.2 


4.6 
4.2 
3.6 


5.5 

5 
4.26 


.0035 
.003 




39 

40 


.16 

.14 


2.56 

2.24 


2.1 
1.7 


3.2 
2.8 


3.84 
3.36 



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Continuous Roll Copper 

Used for Flashing, Valleys and Roofing purposes. 14 and 16 oz. Soft and Cold 
Rolled. 14 inches wide, 20 inches wide. Approximately 50 feet long. 



Sheet Zinc 



APPROXIMATE WEIGHT OF SHEET ZINC 



Zinc 


Weight per 


Thickness in 


American or 


Average weight 


Numbers 


Square Foot 


decimals of an 
inch 


U. S. Gauge 


per Sheet 
36x84 in., lbs. 


5 


.37 


.oio(Koo) 


32 


7.77 


6 


.45 


.012 


30 


9.45 


7 


.52 


.014 


29 


10.92 


8 


.60 


.016 


28 


12.90 


9 


.67 


.018 


26 


14.32 


10 


.75 


.020(^o) 


25 


17.16 


11 


.90 


.024 


24 


20.00 


12 


1.05 


.028 


23 


22.84 


13 


1.20 


.032 


22 


25.20 


14 


1.35 


.036 


21 


28.52 


15 


1.50 


.040(^5) 


20 


31.50 


16 


1.68 


.045 


19 


35.27 


17 


1.87 


.050 


18 


39.27 


18 


2.06 


.055 


17 


45.55 


19 


2.25 


.060(Kt) 


16 


47.25 


20 


2.62 


.070 


15 


55.02 


21 


3.00 


.080 


14 


63.00 


22 


3.37 


.090 


13 


70.77 


23 


3.75 


. ioo(Ho) 


12 


78.75 


24 


4.70 


.125(1^) 


11 


98.70 


25 


9.40 


•250(M) 


3 


197.40 


26 


14.10 


•375(^) 


000 


296.10 


27 


18.80 


.500 


0000000 





1 . 000 



Standard Sizes Carried in Stock. 



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The Metal of 100 Uses 




Table Tops 
Shelf Covering 
Stove Boards 
Heat Deflectors 
Light Reflectors 
Sink Drain Board 
Sink Drain Back 
Dish Drainer 
Stair Edging 
Stair Scuff Plates 
Rail Covering 
Pastry Boards 
Flour Bin Lining 
Mail Boxes 
Bath Tub Lining 



-"- "-/ 



Weather Vanes 

Metal Signs and Letters 

Shower Bath Lining 

Covering for Meat Market, Grocery and 

Delicatessen Counters 
Stove Pipe Radiators 
Stove Pipe Collars 
Ice Cream Molds 
Stove Trays 
Foot Tubs 
Scale Scoops 
Canopies 
Marquise Work 
Water Coolers 
—and hundreds of others 



As the name indicates Apollo Nickel Zinc is a combination of nickel and zinc. 
By the Apollo Electrolytic Process the maximum amount of nickel is so fused or 
bonded to a sheet of pure zinc that it is impossible to separate them. 

Apollo Nickel Zinc can be drawn, bent, hammered and formed without peeling, 
checking or cracking. A dry cloth will remove finger prints or dirt caused by 
handling — instantly restoring the deep, satiny, lustrous finish. 

For convenience the sheets are made standard in the following sizes of No. 9 
gauge (.018 inch) Apollo Nickel Zinc: 

32 in. x 54 in. weighs 8 lbs. per sheet 
30 in. x 96 in. weighs 13 x /l lbs. per sheet 
36 in. x 84 in. weighs 14 lbs. per sheet 
36 in. x 96 in. weighs 16 lbs. per sheet 
Other gauges and sheet sizes can also be supplied. 

The genuine Apollo Nickel Zinc is ductile, pliable and easily worked — only the 
simplest tools are necessary. The first cost is the only cost — it is highly durable 
—and the first cost is lower than that of most other sheet metals. 



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Asphalt Roofing 

Slatekote 

Slate surfaced roofing can be furnished in colors of red, green 
or blue-black. 

Every roll is 32 inches wide and 40^ feet long, containing 
108 square feet of material, which is sufficient to cover 100 square 
feet of surface, or one square. 

Each roll weighs 
approximately 85 lbs. 







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ROOFING 

5LATE SURFACE 

A DRY FELT BASE 

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Strip Shingles 




Strip shingles can be furnished in colors 
of red, green or blue-black. 

The standard strip shingle is 10 inches 
wide and 32 inches long, weighing about 
195 lbs. per 100 square feet. 

They are packed in bundles of 56 strips 
each and two bundles, 112 shingles, fur- 
nishing enough material to cover 100 
square feet. 

We can also furnish a strip shingle 123^2 
inches wide and 32 inches long, weighing 
about 240 lbs. per 100 square feet. 



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Wall Boards and Building Papers 

1. Slater's Tarred Felt, 30 lbs., 500 sq. ft. per roll... 

2. Insulating Paper (Black) 

Medium-weight about 20 lbs. per roll, 500 sq. ft. per roll 

Heavy-weight about 35 lbs. per roll, 500 sq. ft. per roll 

Extra heavy-weight about 45 lbs. per roll, 500 sq. ft. per roll 
No. 30 Insulating, weight about 30 lbs. per roll, 500 sq. ft. per roll. 
No. 45 Insulating, weight about 45 lbs. per roll, 500 sq. ft. per roll. 

3. Rosin Sized Sheathing 

No. 20 about 20 lbs. per roll, 500 sq. ft per ton 

No. 25 about 25 lbs. per roll, 500 sq. ft per ton 

No. 30 about 30 lbs. per roll, 500 sq. ft ...per ton 

No. 35 about 35 lbs. per roll, 500 sq. ft per ton 

No. 40 about 40 lbs. per roll, 500 sq. ft per ton 




Asbestos Paper and Boiler Covering 

This Sheathing is manufactured from a 
mineral fibre, possessing the highest fire 
proof and non-conducting qualities, render- 
ing it a valuable protection against fire and 
is extensively used for covering heat pipes. 

Furnished in rolls 36 inches wide, graded 
10, 12, 14 and 16 lbs. per 100 square feet, 
and % inch thick in rolls of 50 and 100 lbs. 
each. 

Price per 100 lbs. net, $ 

Asbestos Boiler Covering is inexpensive 
for covering Boilers. 

Price per 100 lbs. net, $ 



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Cyclone Shingles 




^^iHH 



Note the deep tile-like shadow and 
pleasing hexagonal design. 

This new shingle represents the most amazing advance in roofing 
products ever developed. It combines advantages and features 
never before thought possible to combine in a strip type. 

It is, first of all, a real roof from the standpoint of protection, 
beauty and long life. In addition to this, it has features that give 
greater empasis to its protective qualities; that make it more per- 
manent; and that make it the most economical roof obtainable. 

Consider These Features 
Locked. Each Cyclone Shingle is locked by two locks ; cannot cup, 
curl or blow up. 

Long Head Lap. 6-7/10 inch head lap gives greatest protection 
as compared to 2 inch to 4% inch head lap of other strip shingles. 

Two, three and four inches thick: The unusually large size 
(19.1 in. x 32 in.) provides double thickness at all points with a 
large area having three and four thicknesses. 

Economy. The Cyclone Shingle is the fastest laid and most 
economical shingle in the world. Only 72 to the square requiring 
216 nails as compared to 112 shingles and 560 nails needed for other 
strip shingles. Proved saving of 25 cents per square in laying. 

INDIVIDUAL SHINGLES AND SMOOTH SURFACED 
ROOFING ALWAYS CARRIED IN STOCK 



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Barthel Gasoline Torches 





A powerful torch with an enormous, intense, blue flame; double-service pump; a burner that 
can not get out of order. 

BECAUSE 

1. The extra-length vaporizing chamber thoroughly vaporizes the fuel. 

2. The nozzle and needle valve are on separate lines; there is no possibility of jamming the valve 
into the nozzle when shutting off the torch. A steady flame always. 

3. The scientific wind-shield is so arranged that no wind can blow out the Barthel Flame. 

Built to withstand tne roughest use of Electric and Gas Light, Railroad, and Telephone me- 
chanics. 

For soldering, brazing, bending, expanding, heating tools, wherever a powerful and quick heat 
is required. 

Adopted as standard equipment by the largest users in the United States. 



Barthel Fire Pots 





For melting Lead, Babbit, Tin; for heating 
Soldering Irons and Tools for bending Pipe. 

Used extensively by Electric and Gas Light, 
Power, Traction, Telephone, Telegraph and 
Railroad Companies. 

For hard service and rough usage with extra 
size powerful pump. 

No Coils. Same type burner as on the 
Famous Barthel torch. Same reliability. 
Will not blow out in the strongest wind. 

Seamless Steel Tanks drawn in one piece, finished by auto- 
genous welding process. Cannot rust. Will stand any inner 
surplus pressure, practically indestructible. 

Can be carried around while in operation. 

A Guaranteed No-Trouble Furnace, standardized wherever 
Quality and Service are demanded. 

No. 1 1 J^ quarts 

No. 2 2 3 2 quarts 

No. 3 . . . , 4 quarts 



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Diener Fire Pots 



Square Tank 

Capacity of Tank, 1 gallon. 
Height, 12 inches. 
Weight, 16}4 lbs. 
Weight, boxed, 23 lbs. 




For Gasoline 

Especially constructed 
for roofing and gutter 
work as the rectangular 
tank can be set in gutter 
or on roof without 
danger of upsetting. 



Specifications 
CONSTRUCTION — Tank is drawn seamless, of 20 gauge steel, tinned inside 
and outside. Has a powerful brass air pump, cast metal hood with opening for 
melting pot. Is noiseless, odorless and smokeless in operation, convenient and 
economical, using 25 to 40 percent less fuel than any other furnace offered for 
like use now on the market. Has greatest range in heating, namely, 3 to 12 
pound coppers, indoors or on a roof, in cold and windy weather. 



Round Tank 

Capacity of Tank, 1 gallon. 
Height, 12 inches. 
Weight, 16 Y 2 lbs. 
Weight, boxed, 23 lbs. 




For Gasoline 

Its popular reputa- 
tion as the best Tinners' 
Furnace of this type 
made is a just tribute to 
No. 15. 



No. 15 

Specifications 
CONSTRUCTION — Tank is drawn seamless, of 20 gauge steel, tinned inside 
and outside. Has a powerful brass air pump, cast metal hood with opening for 
melting pot. Is noiseless, odorless and smokeless in operation, convenient and 
economical, using 25 to 40 per cent less fuel than any other furnace offered for 
like use now on the market. Has greatest range in heating, namely, 2 to 12 
pound coppers, indoors or on a roof, in cold and windy weather. 



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Solder 

We handle two grades of solder and take great care that each grade 
is always up to its proper standard. 

Prices revised with the latest metal quotations. 



/L ) roiiK CQKKCh CO <:Ll32'£iVY SOlLDlSIi 



* 



This is our finest brand and is guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. 
Composed entirely of new metals. 



k ) yi) UK <J OKK ®< C , "C PL OK IAL $ OtL'£'K 



The Colonial brand is acknowledged by the trade to be a fine 
solder and to meet all ordinary requirements. 

Wire Solder in spools weighing about 25 lbs. 

Wiping Solder in 25 lb. blocks. 



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Soldering Paste 



Nokorode 




Is a good preparation for soldering Tin, Copper, Brass, Iron and all 
Metals. Is very convenient and free from disagreeable fumes. 

Put up in 2 oz., 1 lb., 10 lb., 25 lb. and 50 lb. cans. 



Ruby Soldering Fluid 



Speco Salamoniac 




Warranted to excel all other pre- 
parations for soldering all kinds of 
metals. 

It leaves the metal bright and clean. 
It causes the solder to flow evenly, and 
is unexcelled for tinning. 




Cleans «9s^§ 
it Tins" 

For tinning, soldering copper. 
Put up in cakes of 1 lb. each. 



Hoop Iron — Galvanized 




Sizes %, %, 1, 1}£, 1}4 inches. Gauges 18 and 20. In coils of about 
35 to 40 pounds. Lowest market prices. 



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Standard Wall Ties 







The construction of this tie is such that each crimp 
furnishes a complete resisting strain in every direc- 
tion. Ties are manufactured from twenty-two gauge 
steel and heavier galvanized to insure durability. 
(Size 1 in. by 5% in.) 



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Eaves Strip 
For use at edge of roof ; used extensively by Slag Roofers. 



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Berger's Standing-Seam Roof Snow Irons 




Patented October 31, 1893 

Designed to dispense with snow rails or gutters 
formed on the roof to prevent snow sliding. They 
clamp fast to the roof by clinching the lugs through 
the standing seam. 



Made of the best Malleable Iron. 



Black 



Price per 100 
Galvanized 



No. 1 for standing seam $15.75 $19.50 

Discount per cent 



Berger's Slate Roof Snow Irons 

The No. 2 is riveted on ^{q x 1 inch iron plates, 
12 inches long, to go 8 inches under the slate. 

It is very ornamental on a roof and must be seen 
to be fully appreciated. 

Price per 100 

Galvanized 



Black 

No. 2, for slate roof, complete $23.10 

Discount per cent. 



$30.60 





Danzer Corrugated Brake 
This Cut shows our Brake for Corrugated 
roofing which fits 1}^ in. or l^/i in. corruga- 
tion. It is made of No. 16 steel and gal- 
vanized after making. It is applied either 
by riveting to roof or by nailing through 
the roof to sheathing. It fits on top of the 
corrugation and will not leak. 

Price $ .25 each 

Discount 



Danzer V Crimped Brake 

This cut shows our Brake for V Crimped 
roofing which fits on the V crimp and is 
nailed on the same as the roof is applied. 
There is absolutely no danger of leakage 
with this Brake. It is nailed through the 
roof sticks into the sheathing underneath. 

Price $ .30 each 

Discount 




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Danzer Standing Seam 
Brake 

This cut shows our Standing 
Seam Brake and is one of our 
latest inventions. It is so 
easily applied that the only thing 
needed to put them on is the 
fingers. They clamp on the 
Standing Seam of tin or gal- 
vanized roofing by a specially 
designed lock and wing nut bolt 
and can be applied by drawing 
bolt up tight. 

Price $ .30 each 

Discount 



Danzer Slate Brake 
The cut shows our galvanized Snow Brake 
for slate. The hook part is made of the best % 6 x 
1 steel, cold formed, and the brake is stamped 
from No. 16 sheet steel and all then galvanized 
by the best known process of hot galvanizing. 

Price $ .45 each 

Discount 





LOOP 



Danzer's 

"Loop-the-Loop" 

Wire Snow Guards 

Made in Galvanized, 
Copper or Brass 



As specialists on Snow Guards we make these just a little better and stronger 
than any others. 

Packed one hundred in a box. Price — Galvanized, $50.00 per thousand. 
Price— Copper, $100.00 per thousand. 

Discount % 



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Roofing Tin 

York-Ternes 

"The same as their name" when it comes to 
coating. 

Our own private brands of copper bearing 
Terne Plate are strongly recommended for all 
practical purposes. The weight of coating 
stamped on each sheet is guaranteed. 




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Roofing Tin (Continued) 

YORK CORRUGATING CO. 

Double Dipped 
I C 

40 lb. Coating 

Our highest quality of Terne with coating weight stamped on each sheet. 

Guaranteed full 40 pound coating. Mottled— Small and distinctly 
bright dry finish— strictly all prime. Stamped and resquared. 

IC 20 x 28 

IX 20x28 



. 



YORK CORRUGATING CO. 

Redipped 
I C 

Old Style 
35 lb. Coating 

Strictly full 35 lb. guaranteed. Bright Dry Finish— All Prime. Stamped 
and resquared. 

IC 29x28 



YORK CORRUGATING CO. 

I C 

Old Process 
30 lb. Coating 

Bright Dry Finish— Mottled small and distinctly all prime. Resquared. 

IC 20x28 



YORK CORRUGATING CO. 

Colonial 
I C 

Old Style 
25 lb. Coating 

All Prime— Stamped and resquared. Bright Dry Finish— small and dis- 
tinct mottle. 

IC 20x28 



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Roofing Tin (Continued) 

YORK CORRUGATING CO. 

Special 
I C 

20 lb. Coating 

All Prime — Stamped and resquared. Bright Dry Finish — small distinct 
mottle. Far superior to many medium old style grades. 

IC 20x28 



YORK CORRUGATING CO. 

Codorus 
I C 

15 lb. Coating 

IC 20x28 

Stamped and resquared. Well assorted. Bright Dry Finish — small dis- 
tinct mottle. 



YORK CORRUGATING CO. 

I C 

12 lb. Coating 

IC 20x26 
Small distinct mottle— bright dry finish, well assorted — stamped. 



YORK CORRUGATING CO, 

I c 

8 lb. Coating 

Full weight base — well assorted. Stamped — Oil Finish. 



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Roofing Tin (Continued) 




Special attention is called to Scott's Extra Coated 

Scott's Extra Coated 

Pre-eminent for 30 years 

Used on largest and most important Government, State, County, Muni- 
cipal, Railroad and other public and private buildings. Most critically in- 
spected. Heavy uniform coating. Handsomely mottled. Even oil finish. 
Each sheet stamped and resquared. Recommended for best work every 
where. Always gives satisfaction. 

We always have in stock a full line of Follansbee Bros. Registered Brands 
as follows: 

Scott's Extra Coated 40 lb. 

Old Reliable Redipped 30 lb. 

Protection Old Process 25 lb. 

Neville Old Style 20 lb. 

Lionell Old Style 15 lb. 

Duquesne 10 lb. 

Raymond 8 lb. 

Allegheny 8 lbs. I C L 



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Roofing Tin in Rolls 




■^ 



A full stock of these plates is carried in both our warehouses at York and 
Harrisburg. 

A roll 14 in. wide is 91 ft. long and contains 106 sq. ft. 
A roll 20 in. wide is 64j^ ft. long and contains 107 sq. feet. 
A roll 28 in. wide is 45 1 /2 ft. l° n g an( i contains 106 ^ sq. feet. 



Flat Seam Tin Roofing 

Quantity of Terne Plates 

Size 14 x 20 inches required to cover a given number of square feet with flat 
seam tin roofing. A sheet of 14 x 20 inches with x /% inch edges measures, when 
edged or folded, 13 x 19 inches or 247 square inches. In the following all frac- 
tional parts of a sheet are counted as a full sheet. 



No. of 


Sheets 


No. of 


Sheets 


No. of 


Sheets 


No. of 


Sheets 


No. of 


Sheets 


Sq. ft. 


required 


Sq. ft. 


required 


Sq. ft. 


required 


Sq. ft. 


required 


Sq. ft. 


required 


100 


59 


280 


164 


460 


269 


640 


374 


820 


479 


110 


65 


290 


170 


470 


275 


650 


379 


830 


484 


120 


70 


300 


175 


480 


280 


660 


385 


840 


490 


130 


76 


310 


181 


490 


286 


670 


391 


850 


496 


140 


82 


320 


187 


500 


292 


680 


397 


860 


502 


150 


88 


330 


193 


510 


298 


690 


403 


870 


508 


160 


94 


340 


199 


520 


304 


700 


409 


880 


514 


170 


100 


350 


205 


530 


309 


710 


414 


890 


519 


180 


105 


360 


210 


540 


315 


720 


420 


900 


525 


190 


111 


370 


216 


550 


321 


730 


426 


910 


531 


200 


117 


380 


222 


560 


327 


740 


432 


920 


537 


210 


123 


390 


228 


570 


333 


750 


438 


930 


543 


220 


129 


400 


234 


580 


339 


760 


444 


940 


549 


230 


135 


410 


240 


590 


344 


770 


449 


950 


554 


240 


140 


420 


245 


600 


350 


780 


455 


960 


560 


250 


146 


430 


251 


610 


356 


790 


461 


970 


566 


260 


152 


440 


257 


620 


362 


800 


467 


980 


572 


270 


158 


450 


263 


630 


368 


810 


473 


990 


578 



1000 square feet, 583 sheets. 

A box of 112 sheets 14 x 20 inches will cover approximately 192 square feet. 
A box of 112 sheets 20 x 28 inches will cover 384 square feet. 



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Standing Seam Tin Roofing 
Table showing quantity of 20 x 28 inches tin required to cover a given number 
of square feet with standing seam tin roofing. The standing seams and the locks 
on a steep roof require 2% inches off the width and % inch off the length of the 
sheet; fractional parts are counted as a full sheet. A sheet will cover 475 square 
inches. 



No. of 


Sheets 


No. of 


Sheets 


No. of 


Sheets 


No. of 


Sheets 


No. of 


Sheets 


Sq. ft. 


required 


Sq. ft. 


required 


Sq. ft. 


required 


Sq. ft. 


required 


Sq. ft. 


required 


100 


31 


280 


85 


460 


140 


. 640 


194 


820 


249 


110 


34 


290 


88 


470 


143 


650 


197 


830 


I 252 


120 


37 


300 


91 


480 


147 


660 


200 


840 


255 


130 


40 


310 


94 


490 


149 


670 


203 


850 


258 


140 


43 


320 


97 


500 


152 


680 


206 


860 


261 


150 


46 


330 


100 


510 


155 


690 


210 


870 


264 


160 


49 


340 


103 


520 


158 


700 


212 


880 


267 


170 


52 


350 


106 


530 


161 


710 


215 


890 


270 


180 


55 


360 


109 


540 


164 


720 


218 


900 


273 


190 


58 


370 


112 


550 


167 


730 


221 


910 


276 


200 


61 


380 


115 


560 


170 


740 


224 


920 


279 


210 


64 


390 


118 


570 


173 


750 


228 


930 


282 


220 


67 


400 


122 


580 


176 


760 


231 


940 


285 


230 


70 


410 


125 


590 


180 


770 


234 


950 


288 


240 


73 


420 


128 


600 


182 


780 


237 


960 


291 


250 


76 


430 


131 


610 


185 


790 


240 


970 


294 


260 


79 


440 


134 


620 


188 


800 


243 


980 


297 


270 


82 


450 


137 


630 


191 


810 


246 


990 


300 



1000 square feet, 303 sheets. 

A full box, 112 sheets, 20 x 28 inches, will cover approximately 370 square feet. 

The common sizes of tin plates are 10 x 14 inches and multiples of that measure. 
The sizes most generally used are 14 x 20 inches and 20 x 28 inches. Plates of 
special sizes furnished. 



Bright Tin Plates 





rOLLA^tCBROSxaPiT^BURGH,, 
BRIGHT CHARCOAl" 
"° LUN5B ^8R05.C0.PSTT5BURGI 
BRIGHT CHARCOAL 



The following brands are probably the best ever made and 
guaranteed to be up to standard. 

Rosedale 
Tissue paper packed. Similar to Gilbert, only the coating is not 
quite so expensive. 

Clifton 

Our cheapest charcoal plate, not tissue paper packed, fair coating, 
good for ordinary work. 

Usual sizes and weights of above in stock. Special sizes to order. 



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Furnace Coke Plates 

We always have a large stock of Furnace Pipe tin in stock of 
the different weights and sizes as follows : 

Sheets 
Basis Size Per Box 

100 20x28 112 

107 20x28 112 

128 20x28 112 

135 20x28 112 

100. 20x29^ 112 

128 20x29^ , .112 



100 20x323/ 



112 



Sizes Required 

20x23 in for 7 in. pipe 

20x26 in for 8 in. pipe 

20x29^ in for 9 in - PiP e 

20x32>2 in for 10 in. pipe 

20x36 in for 11 in. pipe 

20x39 in for 12 in. pipe 



Standard Weights and Gauges of Tin Plates 










56-lb. 


60-lb. 


65-lb. 


70-lb. 


75-lb. 


Nearest wire gauge No 

Weight, square feet, lbs 

Weight, box 14x20, lbs 


38 

.257 

56 


37 

.275 

60 


35 

.298 

65 


35 

.322 

70 


34 
.345 

75 






80-lb. 


85 -lb. 


90-lb. 


95-lb. 


100-lb. 


Nearest wire gauge No 

Weight, square feet, lbs 

Weight, box 14x20, lbs 


33 

.367 

80 


32 

.390 

85 


31 

.413 

90 


31 

.436 
95 


303^ 
.459 
100 






IC 


IXL 


IX 


IXX 


Nearest wire gauge No 


30 
.491 
107 


28 
.588 
128 


28 
.619 
135 


27 


Weight, square feet, lbs ....... . 

Weight, box, 14x20, lbs 


.712 
155 








IXXX 


IXXXX 


IXXXXX 


Nearest wire gauge, No 

Weight, square feet, lbs 




26 
.803 


25 
.895 


24 
.987 


Weight, box, 14x20, lbs 


1 


75 




195 








215 



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Galvanized and Tin Adjustable Elbows 



EXTRA DEEP 
SWEOGE. 

SEGMENTS 
CANNOT COME 
APART, 








Size 
Inches 


I.C. Tin 


I.X. Tin 


No. 28 

Galvanized 

Steel 


No. 26 

Galvanized 

Steel 


No. 24 

Galvanized 

Steel 


3 

4 
5 
6 


$4.56 


$5.76 


$3.60 
4.20 
4.80 
5.76 


$6.00 
6.00 
6.00 


$8.40 
8.40 
8.40 


7 


5.04 


6.24 


6.96 


7.20 


9.60 


8 


5.52 


6.96 


7.80 


8.40 


10.80 


9 


6.00 


7.68 


9.00 


9.60 


13.20 


10 


7.20 


9.12 


10.20 


12.00 


15.60 


12 


10.08 


12.00 


14.40 


16.80 


20.40 


14 




18.00 




21.60 


26.00 


16 




24.00 




28.80 


31.84 



; i 






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Security Stove Pipe Elbows 



Even Blue Color— Oiled 



Security Elbows are riveted 
both ends. They are made to 
match Security Stove Pipe in 
color and finish, handsome in 
appearance and sell at sight. 

Stock sizes— 3, 4, 5, 5 J4 6 
and 7 inch. 

Securely wired 1 doz. to the bundle. 



Wi m 



-HI 



"m^m 



Bright and Clean 



Security Stove Pipe Angles 

A New Feature in Security Stove Pipe and Elbows 




One piece crimped 

half the pitch of 

the regular Elbow. 



This angle is similar in quality and 
workmanship to the well-known SE- 
CURITY ONE PIECE CRIMPED 
ELBOW. It takes the place of the 
adjustable elbow, giving better results 
at a lower cost. The regular elbow 
and this angle are made in the same 
uniform color sheets as the Security 
Nested Stove Pipe. The lock seams 
and the uniform color are the impor- 
tant features of the pipe. 



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Five Piece Adjustable Black Elbows 




Made of Clean Iron 



inch, 
inch, 
inch, 
inch . 
inch, 
inch, 
inch . 



List Price Per Dozen 

$3 . 50 




Stove Pipe Collars 

Size Outside Measure Per Dozen 

3 inch 5J4 inch $ 

4 inch 6% inch 

A l /2 inch 7% inch 

5 inch 8 inch 

5 ]/ 2 inch %y s inch 

6 inch 9 J/g inch 

7 inch 10 \i inch 

8 inch \zy % inch 

9 inch 13% inch 

10 inch 13% inch 

Wide Flange 10M inch. 




Discount per cent. 



Flue Stops 



Put up in boxes of one dozen each. 

Diameter, 8% inches No. 3 

Discount per cent. 



Per Dozen 

.$ 




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Stove Pipe 




Manufactured from Even Color Blue Steel and oiled to prevent rust. 
Most practical in construction. To finish, groove or hammer down the 
seam and you have the most secure joint possible. No rivets necessary. 
Note projection in groove which prevents any possibility of its opening 
after being closed. Joints may be cut to any length without affecting their 
strength. 

Stock sizes, 3, 4, 5, 53^, 6 and 7 inches. Tapered and half joints fur- 
nished. Packed twenty-five joints in a crate. 



Collar Reducers 



Made of Mecca Lustre and Royal Smooth Steel 
ONE SIZE ONLY, 6X7 INCHES 
The advantages of our collar reducer are ap- 
parent to the Hardware and Stove Dealer. They 
are made with a 7 in, oval bottom which fits 
perfectly over the oval pipe collar of a range, or 
over the first 7 in. range joint. Reduced in a 
short space to a 6 in. round top they can be used 
in many places where a half length of tapered 
pipe is too long. Easy to attach and the fact 
that they fit more securely than any taper pipe 
recommends their use. 



Made of full weight material with perfect 
seams and electric welded joints. 

One-half dozen in a crate. 




One size only, 6x7 inches 



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Thimble and Furnace Pipe 

The O. K. Thimble has only two parts and these are so con- 
structed that they can not get cut of repair. The ends are made 
of steel and handsomely Japanned. The body is made of bright 
tin, with corrugations or screw formations which give great 
rigidity and strength and with the air space for circulation, per- 
fect safety from all danger of fire is secured. 

Price Lists 

7 in. for floors (6 to 12 in.) $14.00 

7 in. for walls (4 to 1% in.) 13.00 

6 in. for floors (6 to 12 in.) 12 . 00 

6 in. for walls (4 to iy 2 in.) 11 . 00 

5 in. for floors (6 to 12 in.). .... 11 .00 

5 in. for walls (4 to l l / 2 in.) 10.00 

4 in. for floors (6 to 12 in.) 10 . 00 

4 in. for walls (4 to iy 2 in.) 9 . 00 

3 in, for floors (6 to 12 in.) 10 . 00 

3 in. for walls (4 to iy 2 ) 9.00 

Discount Per cent. 



Galvanized Steel Nested Furnace Pipe 

Saves Time, Space and Labor 

Convenient and Money Saving 

The opposite illustration shows 50 lineal feet 
of SECURITY Nested Furnace Pipe ready for 
wrapping and crating. 

Packed in this manner the material reaches its 
destination in just as good condition as when new 
from the factory. This very handy method 
makes it possible for a man to carry enough pipe 
for a fair sized job. It possesses all the good 
features of shop made pipe and is more conven- 
iently handled. No special tools or skill re- 
quired to put it together. 



LIST PRICE 




Convenient and Money-Saving 



26 ga. Galv. per ft. 
24 Ga. Galv. per ft . 



$0.36 

40 



$0.40 
50 



$0.42i$0.44 

54 58 



10 

$0~.48 

64 



12 



14 



16 



$0.64$0.70|$0.80 

84 1 



18 



20 



$1.00|$1.02 



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New Models of Security Ovens 




No' 45 Polished Blue Door, two glass panels 

with Oven Indicator. 
No. 145 Polished Nickeled Door, two glass 

panels with Oven Indicator. 
Dimensions and shipping weight same as No. 40. 




No. 40 Polished Blue Door, 2 Glass Panels. 

No. 140 Polished Nickeled Door, two glass 
panels. 



Oven 
No. 



Description of Door 



Width 


Depth 


Height 


In. 


In. 


In. 


13 


123^ 


18 


21 


w« 


18 


26 


12^ 


18 


13 


123^ 


18 


21 


12 Ji 


18 


26 


12H 


18 


21 


12M 


18 


26 


ny 2 


18 


21 


ny 2 


18 


21 


im 


17 


26 


un 


18 


21 


\m 


18 


26 


1214 


18 


«X 


10 


HH 


ny 2 


10 


ny 2 



Wt. 
(Ctd.) 
Lbs. 



35 

30 

36 

25 

20 

26 

40 

46 

130 

120 

126 

140 

146 

50 

55 



Polished 
Polished 
Polished 
Polished 
Polished 
Polished 
Polished 
Polished 
Polished 
Polished 
Polished 
Polished 
Polished 
Polished 
Polished 



Blue Drop Door 

Blue Drop Door 

Blue Drop Door . 

Blue Drop Door with one Glass Panel 

Blue Drop Door with one Glass Panel 

Blue Drop Door with one Glass Panel 

Blue Drop Door with two Glass Panels 

Blue Drop Door with two Glass Panel 3 

Nickeled Drop Door 

Nickeled Drop Door with one Glass Panel . . 
Nickeled Drop Door with one Glass Panel . 
Nickeled Drop Door with two Glass Panels . 
Nickeled Drop Door with two Glass Panels . 

Blue Swing Door 

Blue Swing Door with one Glass Panel 



18 

25 

30 

19 

27 

31 

27 

31 

25 

27 

31 

27 

31 

20* 

20* 



* Weight of two ovens. 



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Security Ovens 




Fifteen Reasons Why Security Ovens 
Are Attractive, Efficient, Convenient and Economical 

1. Strong double seams closed on heavy presses. 

2. Air chambers, top, sides and back. 

3. Asbestos insulation. 

4. Crimped Bright Tin Plate Lining. 

5. Embossed heading adds rigidity. 

6. Follansbee Polished Sheets highest quality uniform Blue. 

7. Two strong racks. Rods run from bracket to bracket. Each rod forms independent 
support — will not slip or collapse (rods of inferior racks run opposite direction and en- 
tire weight rests on two rods). 

8. Double stationary Baffle Plate — -oval bottom and perforated ends distribute heat 
evenly — curved bottom prevents flames from touching bottom of oven. 

9. Draft system— openings at bottom outside, top and bottom inside. 

10. Bottom opening to fit burner. 

11. Substantial Door Supports placed below door will save your arms from burns. 

12. Perforated Bright Tin Windows for observing flames. 

13. Doors deep drawn and embossed on heavy power presses. Rigid and level- — fit tightly. 

14. Nickled Alaska Handles. Nickled Alaska Knob that holds door tight against oven 
(one good knob and two good hinges are enough for any good door). 

15. Three brackets for racks. 



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Dampers 

American Stove Pipe Dampers 




Nickel Coil Handle in 3 to 7 inch sizes. 8 to 12 inch Japanned Iron Handle. 



Size 

3 inch . 

4 inch. 

5 

SH 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

12 



CAST IRON— ROUND 



List per Doz. 
. .. $2.60 
. .. 2.80 



nch 3.00 

nch 3.00 

nch 3.30 

nch : 3.50 

nch 5.00 

nch 8.00 

nch 12,00 

nch 15.00 

nch 18.00 

CAST IRON— OVAL 

6 inch $4.00 

7 inch 6.00 



43^2 in ch 
5 inch 




STOVE PIPE 

Size List per Doz. 
4 inch $0.85 



.85 
1.00 
1.10 
1.15 
1.60 



HOT AIR 

inch 2.20 

inch 2.60 

inch 2.80 

inch 3.50 



Cast Dampers 

Smoke Pipe Sizes 4, 4J^, 5, S l / 2 , 6 and 7 inches. 

Hot Air Sizes 7, 8, 8J4 9, 10 and 12 inches. 

These Dampers are all gauged to a true size to 
fit the pipe, and will not turn in the rods. 

Weight Per Dozen 

Inches 4 4^ 5 S l / 2 

Pounds S l A 6% 8M 10 

Price per pound 




6 


7 


8 


9 10 


12 


2 


16 


22 


33 42 


60 



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Registers, Baseboard 



■»■■■■■■■■ 

■■■■■■■■■■■ 
■■»■■■»» 

■■■■■■■"!! 

SSS55SSS1H 



Style 900 

A two-piece All-steel Baseboard Register made in different 
sizes and depths to meet all conditions. Made of heavy gauge, 
open hearth sheet steel with operating device that is positive 
and durable. 

The 3^8 Style 900 is for second floor use only and is used with 
a head 3^ inches deep, which is the standard depth of wall stack. 

The 5^ Style 900 can be used either for the second floor or 
for small rooms on the first floor where a head $Y$ inches deep or 
2 inches deeper than ordinary wall stack is used. 

The 63^8 Style 900 is for first floor use with head 6}/g inches deep 
or 2Y inches deeper than wall stack. 

The §Y% Style 900 adds a further Yi ^ch capacity and is used 
with a head 3 inches deeper than ordinary wall stack. 

The 7Y Style 900 is for large first floor rooms and is used with 
a head 7Y inches deep or ZYi inches deeper than ordinary wall 
stack. 

The %Y% Style 900 is for first, floor use in large rooms or in 
smaller rooms where an extension runs up to second floor and 
two Registers are fed from the same pipe. They are used with 
a head %Y% inches deep or 5 inches deeper than ordinary wall stack. 



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Registers, Baseboard (Continued) 




Style 900 (Back View) 

List Prices, Style 900— 3^ inch Registers 

(Depth of Flange, 1 inch) 



List Prices, Style 900 — 5% inch Registers 

(Depth of Flange, 1 l /i inches) 



List Prices, Style 900—6^ inch Registers 

(Depth of Flange, 2 l /i inches) 



Depth 


Height to 

Stackhead 

Opening 

F 
Inches 


In Ordering Specify 


Black 
Japan 


White Japan 
and the 
Tanbo 
Finishes 


Plated 
Oxidized 
Copper 


Plated 


of 
Flange 

D 
Inches 


Depth of 

Stackhead 

Inches 


Size of 
Opening 


Nickel 
or Dull 
Brass 


1 
1 
1 


1M 
Hi 


3^ 
3^ 

sy 8 


8x10 
8x12 

9x12 


$2.00 
2.40 
2.50 


$2.35 
2.90 
3.00 


$3.50 
3.95 

4.00 


$3.85 

4.35 
4.40 



Depth 


Height to 

Stackhead 

Opening 

F 
Inches 


In Ordering Specify 


Black 
Japan 


White Japan 
and the 
Tanbo 
Finishes 


Plated 
Oxidized 
Copper 




of Flange 

D 

Inches 


Depth of 

Stackhead 

Inches 


Size of 
Opening 


Nickel 
or Dull 
Brass 




2 
2 

2 


5% 


8x10 
8x12 
9x12 


$2.00 
2.40 
2.50 


$2.35 
2.90 
3.00 


$3.50 
3.95 

4.00 


$3.85 

4.35 
4.40 



Depth of 


Height to 

Stackhead 

Opening 

F 
Inches 


In Ordering Specify 


Black 
Japan 


White Japan 
and the 
Tanbo 
Finishes 


Plated 
Oxidized 
Copper 


Plated 


Flange 

D 
Inches 


Depth of 

Stackhead 

Inches 


Size of 
Opening 


Nickel 
or Dull 
Brass 


2M 
2M 

2M 

2X 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


6Vs 
6's 

VA 

6Vs 


8x10 
8x12 
8x13 
9x12 
10x12 
10x13 


$2.00 

2.40 
2.75 
3.00 
3.65 
4.20 


$2.35 
2.90 
3.25 
3.50 

4.25 
5.00 


$3.50 
3.95 
4.25 
4.50 
5.40 
6.20 


$3.85 
4.35 
4.65 
4.90 
6.00 
7.00 



List Prices, Style 900, continued on next page. 



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Registers, Baseboard (Continued) 
List Prices, Style 900 — 6% inch Registers 

(Depth of Flange, 3 inches) 



Depth of 


Height to 

Stackhead 

Opening 

F 
Inches 


In Ordering Specify 


Black 
Japan 


White Japan 
and the 
Tanbo 
Finishes 


Plated 

Oxidized 

Copper 


Plated 


Flange 

D 
Inches 


Depth of 

Stackhead 

Inches 


Size of 
Opening 


Nickel 
or Dull 
Brass 


3 


2'M 


6 5 A 


7x10 


$2.50 


$3.00 


$3.95 


$4.65 


3 


1% 


m 


7x12 


3.00 


3.60 


4.50 


5.25 


3 


2% 


6% 


8x10 


2.50 


3.00 


4.00 


4.70 


3 


2U 


6^ 


8x12 


3.00 


3.60 


4.50 


5.25 


3 


2% 


6 5 A 


8x13 


3.00 


3.60 


4.50 


5.25 


3 


2% 


6Vs 


9x12 


3.50 


4.20 


5.40 


6.10 


3 


2% 


6H 


10x12 


3.75 


4.35 


5.50 


6.10 


3 


2Vi 


6% 


10x13 


4.20 


5.00 


6.20 


7.00 


3 


2% 


6Vs 


10x14 


4.50 


5. 25 


6.70 


7.50 



List Prices, Style 900—7^ inch Registers 

(Depth of Flange, 3j^ inches) 



Depth of 


Height to 

Stackhead 

Opening F 

Inches 


In Ordering Specify 


Black 
Japan 


White Japai? 


Plated 
Oxidized 
Copper 


Plated 


Flange 

D 
Inches 


Depth of 

Stackhead 

Inches 


Size of 
Opening 


and the 
Tanbo 
Finishes 


Nickel 
or Dull 
Brass 


3^ 
3V2 


2?i 

2% 




12x13 
12x14 


$4.50 
5.85 


$5.25 
6.85 


$6.75 
8.00 


$7.50 
9.00 






List Prices, Style 900^8^ inch Registers 

(Depth of Flange, 5 inches) 



Depth of 


Height to 

Stackhead 

Opening F 

Inches 


In Ordering Specify 


Black 
Japan 


White Japan 
and the 
Tanbo 
Finishes 


Plated 
Oxidized 
Copper 


Plated 


Flange 

D 
Inches 


Depth of 

Stackhead 

Inches 


Size of 
Opening 


Nickel 
or Dull 
Brass 


5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


2% 
2% 
2H 

2% 
2% 


B 5 A 

s 5 A 


10x12 
10x13 
12x13 
12x14 
12x15 


$4.50 
5.00 
5.25 
6.50 

7.25 


$5.40 
6.00 
6.00 
7.50 
8.70 


$6.50 
7.00 
7.50 
8.50 
9.75 


$7.50 
8.00 
8.25 
9.50 

11.25 



In ordering Baseboard Registers specify : 



Thus — 



Style 
900 



Depth of Stackhead 



Size of Opening 
10x12 



Finish 
Ox. Copper 



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Three different methods of fastening Style 900 to the stackhead. 

First Method — Showing flange of stackhead passed through 
the frame of the register and turned over. The face of register 
is then attached by means of two lugs at bottom and one screw 
at top thus binding the flange of the stackhead. 

Second Method — Can be fastened by straps through slots 
provided in Register Frame, first taking off the face. 

Third Method — Long wood screws for attaching Register to 
studding are furnished with all Baseboard registers. 



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Dimensions of Stackheads and Baseboard 

Registers 



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Stackhead Dimensions 

Showing what space to allow for the Stackhead and the 

height from the finished floor to Register opening. 



Register Dimensions 
Showing extrene size of Register. Cut Baseboard 
opening to dimension K. 



Depth of 
Head B 
Inches 



3H 
3K 
3K 
3K 
SVs 

5% 
en 

6K 
6Vs 
6Vs 
6% 

ey 8 

6K 
6V S 

6 5 A 
6-\ 
6K 

7K 
7K 
8 5 K 
W% 

8-'s 

8K 

sy 8 

7% 
7% 
7K 
8K 
8K 
8K 
8^s 
8*A 
8% 
9% 
9 5 A 
9 s 
9% 
9% 
9% 
9H 
9% 
9% 
10 % 

iok 
is y a 

13 % 

13 y s 

13 ^ 
13 H 



Use with Register 
Number, Inches 



3H 

3H 

3K 
3K 
5K 

5-''s 
S-'s 

6Vs 
6Vs 
6Vs 
6Vs 

6>s 

ey 8 
$% 

6*A 

ey 8 
&% 
s% 
6K 
ey s 

7V 8 
7% 

sy 8 
ay 8 
sy 8 
bh 
sy 8 
sy 8 
$% 
s% 
ey 8 
ey 8 
ey 8 

6K 

6y 8 
ey 8 

6% 
6'\s 
6K 
6K 
6K 
6 5 K 
6% 
6 5 A 

f>y 8 

7% 
7H 

&y 8 

8\s 
8S 

»y 8 
sk 



8x10 

8x12 

8x13 

9x12 

8x10 

8x12 

9x12 

8x10 

8x12 

8x13 

9x12 
10x12 
10x13 

7x10 

7x12 

8x10 

8x12 

8x13 

9x12 
10x12 
10x13 
10x14 
12x13 
12x14 
10x12 
10x13 
12x13 
12x14 
12x15 

8x10 ) 

8x12 Jj 

9x12 7 

8x10 5 

8x12 7. 

8x13 J? 

9x12 £ 
10x12 "& 
10x13 £ 

7x10 2 

7x12 2 

8x10 m, 

8x12 g 

8x13 LV 

9x12 W 
10x12 2 
10x13 E 
10x14 2 
12x13 J 
12x14 ffi 
10x12 g 
10x13 g, 
12x13 ft 
12x14 7 
12x15 J 



Stackhead Dimensions 
(See Cut Above) 



C 

Inches 



D 

Inches 



1 
1 
1 
1 

1M 
IK 

IK 

l's 
lVs 

IK 
IK 
IK 

l--.s 

2*. 

2 : \ 

2 : <* 

2K 

2». 

2% 

2»„ 

2K 

2»s 

2 :5 , 

2 

4' 2 

4', 

4", 

4',, 

4', 

l's 

1H 
IK 
IK 

l'H 
l 7 s 
1 7 H 

l'« 

IK 
2K 

2\ 
2 : <s 
2 :i .s 
2 7s 
2% 
2 ;i s 
2»s 
2 :, s 
2M 
2H 
4K 
4K 
4K 
41, 
4K 



F 

Inches 



1« 

l'i 

1'4 
l'l 

2 
2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 : S 

2 :i , 

2^: 

2 ;! , 

2*> 

2»i 

2 : S 

2 :i , 

2»., 

2 : < ( 

2».i 

2 », 

2 : S 

2 ;t 4 

2 ; S 

2 : U 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2M 

2*4 

2H 

2*4 
2*4 

2 : S 
2 : S 
2% 
2% 

2*4 

2 3 /4 

2*4 

2% 
2 » t 

2 3 4 
2 3 4 



P 

Inches 



9'i 
9', 
9K 

10 

10 

10 

11 

10 
10 

10 

11 

12 
12 

9Vz 
9» 2 

10' 2 

10», 
10', 
11', 
12 H 

12? 2 

12', 

141, 

14 K 

12 

12 

14 K 

14', 

14 } 2 

10 

10 

11 

10 
10 
10 

11 

12 
12 

9y 2 

9y 2 

io K 

io y 2 

10', 

ii 4 

12i, 
12', 
12', 
14 '2 
14) 2 
12 
12 

14 H 
14 K 

14 U 



Register 
Dimensions 



Outside 
Height 



J 
Inches 



10*4 

10 % 

10 H 

H'2 

11 K 
12' 2 

11*2 

UK 
UK 

12', 

13 K 

13? 2 

11 

11 

12 

12 

12 

13 

14 

14 

14 

16 

16 

13 K 

13', 

15 »i 

15*.i 

15*4 



Outside 
Width 



K 

Inches 

13 

15 
16 
15 

13 
15 
15 
13 
15 
16 
15 
15 
16 
13 
15 
13 
15 
16 
15 
15 
16 
17 
16 
17 
15 
16 
16 
17 
18 



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Style 40 "As thin as a wafer" 
All-steel Plain Lattice Design 



T. & B. Reversible Wafer 

Same Register Sets Either Way 

The Reversible Wafer Register is designed for shallow flues and is 
only 1 inch deep when closed. By a simple patented device it can 
be arranged to set either vertically or horizontally— the same move- 
ment operating either way. 

The cast iron Moorish design (Style 15) has a rounded rim which 
makes a good finish against the plaster, while the wrought steel plain 
lattice design (Style 40) has convex rims for the same purpose. 

LIST PRICES— Styles 40 and 15 



Size of 


Black 


White, Japan 


Plated 


Plated 


Opening 


Japan 


and the Tanbo 


Ozidized 


Bronze, Brass 






Finishes 


Copper 


or Nickel 


8x10 


$1.65 


$2.00 


$3.15 


$3.85 


8x12 


1.90 


2.30 


3.65 


4.40 


9x12 


2.10 


2.55 


4.00 


5.10 


10x12 


2.40 


2.90 


4.40 


5.50 


10x14 


3.15 


3.80 


5.25 


6.55 


12x14 


4.35 


5.25 


6.85 


8.25 


12x15 


4.50 


5.40 


7.00 


8.50 



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Floor, Wall and Ceiling 



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Ferrosteel 




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LIST PRICES, REGISTERS AND REGISTER FACES 
(Sizes given are those most often used. Complete list on application) 



White Japan and the 
Tanbo Finishes 


Black 
Japan 


Size 

of 

Opening 


Oxidized 
Copper 


Dull Brass 
or Nickel 


Register 


Register 
Face 


Register 


Register 
Face 


Register 


Register 
Face 


Register 


Register 
Face 


$1.70 


$ .85 


$1.40 


$ .55 


4x 6 


$2.00 


$1.15 


$2.20 


$1.35 


1.80 


.90 


1.50 


.60 


4x 8 


2.20 


1.30 


2.40 


1.50 


2.20 


1.35 


1.80 


.95 


4x12 


2.80 


2.15 


3.10 


2.45 


1.80 


1.20 


1.50 


.90 


6x 6 


2.70 


2.10 


3.00 


2.40 


1.85 


1.30 


1.55 


1.00 


6x 8 


2.80 


2.25 


3.10 


2.50 


1.95 


1.40 


1.60 


1.05 


6x10 


3.00 


2.45 


3.50 


2 . 95 


2.25 


1.60 


1.85 


1.25 


6x12 


3.50 


2.90 


4.20 


3.60 


3.45 


2.10 


2.85 


1.65 


6x14 


4.95 


3.75 


5.75 


4.50 


9.60 


5.30 


8.00 


3.70 


6x24 


12.00 


7.00 


13.30 


8.30 


1.90 


1.35 


1.55 


1.00 


7x 7 


2.90 


2.35 


3.50 


2.95 


2.00 


1.40 


1.65 


1.10 


7x10 


3.10 


2.55 


3.80 


3.25 


1.95 


1.40 


1.60 


1.05 


8x 8 


3.00 


2.45 


3.70 


3.15 


2.00 


1.45 


1.65 


1.10 


8x10 


3.15 


2.60 


3.85 


3.30 


2.30 


1.70 


1.90 


1.30 


8x12 


3.65 


3.05 


4.40 


3.75 


3.60 


2.60 


3.00 


2.00 


8x14 


5.10 


3.95 


6.20 


5.10 


7.90 


4.80 


6.60 


3.50 


8x18 


9.40 


6.00 


10.70 


7.30 


2.40 


1.80 


2.00 


1.40 


9x 9 


3.90 


3.30 


4.90 


4.30 


2.55 


1.90 


2.10 


1.45 


9x12 


4.00 


3.35 


5.10 


4.45 


3.70 


2.75 


3.10 


2.15 


9x14 


5.20 


4.25 


6.50 


5.50 


2.85 


2.15 


2.35 


1.65 


10x10 


4.35 


3.65 


5.35 


4.65 


2.90 


2.20 


2.40 


1.70 


10x12 


4.40 


3.70 


5.50 


4.80 


3.80 


2.85 


3.15 


2.20 


10x14 


5.25 


4.30 


6.55 


5.60 


5.85 


3.95 


4.85 


2.95 


10x16 


7.20 


5.30 


8.60 


6.70 


8.05 


5.05 


6.70 


3.70 


10x18 


9.45 


6.45 


11.00 


8.00 


10.50 


5.75 


8.90 


4.35 


10x20 


12.00 


7.50 


13.80 


9.30 


21.45 


9.95 


19.50 


8.00 


10x30 


25.50 


14.00 


28.00 


16.75 


4.80 


3.50 


4.00 


2.70 


12x12 


6.35 


5.05 


7.90 


6.60 


5.25 


3.65 


4.35 


2.80 


12x14 


6.85 


5.35 


8.25 


6.75 


5.40 


3.80 


4.50 


2.90 


12x15 


7.00 


5.40 


8.50 


6.90 


6.70 


4.60 


5.60 


3.50 


12x16 


8.25 


6.15 


9.75 


7.65 


7.60 


5.05 


6.35 


3.80 


12x17 


9.00 


6.45 


10.60 


8.05 


8.15 


5.25 


6.80 


3.90 


12x18 


9.55 


6.65 


11.25 


8.35 


9.00 


5.50 


7.50 


4.00 


12x19 


10.35 


6.85 


12.25 


8.75 


10.80 


6,30 


9.00 


4.50 


12x20 


12.20 


7.60 


14.10 


9.50 


13.50 


6.75 


12.25 


5.50 


12x24 


16.30 


9.55 


18.60 


12.10 


22.00 


10.20 


20.00 


8.20 


12x30 


26.00 


14.20 


29.00 


18.00 


29.40 


12.90 


26.75 


10.25 


12x36 


33.75 


17.75 


36.25 


23.25 



List Prices continued on next page. 



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Registers, Floor, Wall and Ceiling — Continued 



LIST PRICES, REGISTERS AND REGISTER FACES— Continued 



White Japan and the 
Tanbo Finishes 


Black 
Japan 


Size 
of 

Opening 


Oxidized 
Copper 


Dull Brass 
or Nickel 


Register 


Face 
Register 


Register 


Register 
Face 


Register 


Register 
Face 


Register 


Register 
Face 


$9.45 


$5.60 


$7.90 


$4.05 


14x14 


$11.00 


$7,15 


$14.30 


$9.60 


10.20 


6.00 


8.50 


4.30 


14x16 


11.50 


7.30 


16.50 


11.00 


10.80 


6.20 


9.00 


4.50 


14x18 


12.00 


7.50 


18.50 


12.00 


11.25 


6.40 


9.50 


4.80 


14x20 


13.00 


8.50 


20.50 


13.00 


12.00 


6.50 


10.50 


5.00 


14x22 


14.50 


9.00 


22.50 


14.50 


16.40 


8.40 


14.90 


6.90 


14x24 


19.50 


11.50 


26.00 


16.50 


30.25 


13.20 


27.50 


10.75 


14x30 


33.00 


18.00 


37.50 


25.00 


12.20 


6.20 


11.00 


5.10 


16x16 


15.00 


9.10 


19.75 


12.80 


13.20 


6.50 


12.00 


5.30 


16x18 


16.20 


9.50 


22.25 


14.25 


13.60 


7.35 


12.35 


6.10 


16x20 


16.55 


10.30 


24.60 


16.00 


16.20 


8.15 


14.75 


6.70 


16x22 


19.50 


11.50 


28.00 


18.00 


16.50 


8.50 


15.00 


7.00 


16x24 


20.00 


12.00 


29.60 


19.25 


27.05 


12.45 


24.60 


10.00 


16x28 


30.80 


16.20 


35.00 


22.75 


30.70 


13.80 


27.90 


11.00 


16x30 


35.00 


18.25 


37.50 


25.00 


39.60 


19.60 


36.00 


16.00 


16x36 


45.00 


25.00 


50.00 


33.00 


20.35 


9.05 


18.50 


7.20 


18x18 


23.75 


12.45 


26.00 


16.50 


21.45 


9.55 


19.50 


7.60 


18x20 


24.75 


12.85 


29.00 


18.00 


22.55 


9.80 


20.50 


7.75 


18x21 


26.00 


13.25 


30.00 


19.00 


23.00 


10.00 


21.00 


8.00 


18x22 


26.70 


14.00 


32.50 


21.00 


23.65 


10.50 


21.50 


8.35 


18x24 


27.75 


14.60 


34.25 


22.50 


34.35 


16.35 


31.25 


13.25 


18x30 


38.00 


21.00 


43.00 


28.50 


41.80 


21.05 


38.00 


17.25 


18x36 


48.50 


28.10 


54.00 


36.00 


21.75 


10.00 


19.75 


8.00 


20x20 


24.75 


13.00 


32.40 


21.20 


23.75 


10.55 


21.60 


8.40 


20x22 


27.60 


14.40 


35.70 


23 . 50 


24.20 


10.80 


22.00 


8.60 


20x24 


28.20 


14.80 


39.00 


25.50 


25.85 


11.85 


23.50 


9.50 


20x26 


32.00 


17.50 


42.00 


27.50 


36.85 


16.85 


33.50 


13.50 


20x30 


43.00 


23.50 


49.00 


32.50 


47.30 


22.80 


43.00 


18.50 


20x36 


54.00 


29.50 


59.00 


39.00 


31.90 


14.50 


29.00 


11.60 


21x29 


40.50 


22.20 


52.00 


34.00 


31.35 


14.25 


28.50 


11.40 


22x22 


36.50 


19.40 


41.00 


27.00 


32.45 


14,75 


29.50 


11.80 


22x24 


37.90 


20.20 


44.00 


29.00 


39.60 


19.60 


36.00 


16.03 


22x30 


46.50 


26.50 


55.00 


36.50 


33.00 


15.00 


30.00 


12.00 


24x24 


40.00 


22.00 


49.00 


32.50 


37.35 


17.40 


33.95 


14.00 


24x27 


45.00 


25.00 


56.00 


37.00 


41.80 


21.05 


38.00 


17.25 


24x30 


50.00 


29.25 


62.00 


41.50 


55.00 


27.00 


50.00 


22.00 


24x36 


65.50 


37.50 


74.00 


50.30 


40.95 


20.70 


37.25 


17.00 


27x27 


49.25 


29.00 


66.00 


44.50 


61.60 


30.60 


56.00 


25.00 


27x38 


76.00 


45.00 


94.00 


64.00 


48.40 


23.40 


44.00 


19.00 


28x28 


57.50 


32.50 


72.00 


49.00 


53.90 


26.40 


49.00 


21.50 


30x30 


65.00 


37.00 


85.00 


56.00 


74.25 


35.25 


67.50 


28.50 


30x36 


90.00 


51.00 


102.00 


70.00 


85.25 


40.75 


77.50 


33.00 


30x42 


102 . 00 


57.50 


119.00 


87.00 


88.00 


43.00 


80.00 


35.00 


36x36 


105.00 


60.00 


127.00 


83.00 


132.00 


62.00 


120.00 


50.00 


38x42 


155.00 


85.00 


160.00 


100.00 



Note — All Cast Registers are also furnished in Plain Lattice and Indian Lattice Designs with 
the old reliable vertical wheel movement. All Cast Registers, Plain Lattice, are Style 30 and 
Indian Lattice, Style 20. The List Prices above cover Registers in Styles 20, 30, 50, 60 and 70 
and Register Faces in Styles 5, 6, 7 and L. For cuts of Register Faces see page 101. 



Prices on other sizes not listed above on application. 
In ordering Registers specify. 

Style Size 

Thus— 60 9x12 



Finish 
Black 



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Register Bottom 




A feature of all T. & B. Ferrosteel and All-steel 
Registers is the register Bottom shown above. The 
sides are beveled, and this fact together with the 
slight clearance allowance insures the register slip- 
ping'into the box without extra work. The bottom 
itself is made of heavy gauge steel and is only 2}^ 
inches deep when open on all sizes up to 14 inches in 
width. 

They are furnished with T. & B. patent roller 
movement similar in principle to the ballbearing. 
The valves open and close smoothly without catch 
or hitch and when fully closed lock automatically. 
This prevents the rattling so often noticed in steel 
floor Registers. 

With All-steel Registers strengthening bars are fur- 
nished to hold the face rigid. In setting, when the 
face is removed no part can fall out or into the flue as 
the bottom is complete in itself — a special arrange- 
ment holding all parts in their proper places. 



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Pulley Registers for Wall and Ceiling 

Registers of any design, size, shape or finish, can be made into ventilators by 
attaching side wall or ceiling pulleys. 

When the openings in the walls are out of 
arm's reach, ventilators are used as they can be 
operated with cord or chain. 

For the list price of a ventilator add 50 cents 
list to the regular Register list on all sizes 
smaller than 14x14 or $1.00 list if 14x14 or 
larger. This applies to all Registers shown on 
pages 14 and 15. 

In ordering it should be stated whether Ven- 
tilators are for side wall or for ceiling. 

Indicating handles, cord, chain, etc., are not 
included in the price of a ventilator. The extra 
charges are as follows: 



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NET PRICES 

Indicating Handles 

Per Pair 
Net 

Black Japan $ 

Bronzed 

Plated (Brass, Bronze or Copper) 

Plated (to sample) 

Solid Bronze 

Solid Brass 

Cord, Chain, Etc. 

Per Yard 
Net 

Cord $ 

Chain, Nickel Plated 

Chain, Bronze Plated 

To specify Pulley Registers add "P" after the 
style of Register desired for side wall and "C. P." 
for ceiling. Example: To order a 10 x 12 Black 
Plain Lattice, Ferrosteel Pulley Register for 
ceiling, specify Style 60, C. P. 10x12, Black. 



Register Faces, Cold Air 




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Style 6 (Cast Iron Plain Lattice) 



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List Price 

Made in all Standard Sizes. 



$1.C0 a square foot 



Borders, Cast Iron 




Style B 



SECTION 



LIST PRICES 

(Sizes given are those most often used. Complete list on application.) 



Size of 


Black 


Oxidized 


Dull Brass or 


Floor Opening C 


Opening 


Copper 


Nickel Plate 


See Note Below 


6x 8 


$1.15 


$2.40 


$3 . 00 


9%xll% 


6x10 


1.20 


2.60 


3.60 


9%xl3V 


7x10 


1.25 


2.70 


3.80 


10%xl3% 


8x 8 


1.20 


2.60 


3.65 


11^x11^ 


8x10 


1.25 


2.75 


3.90 


11HM% 


8x12 


1.50 


3.25 


4.40 


11^x15^ 


9x12 


1.65 


3.55 


5.00 


13 3^x16 ' 16 


9x14 


2.15 


4.25 


5.95 


13Y 6 xl8S 6 
14%xl4% 


10x10 


1.70 


3.70 


5.20 


10x12 


1.75 


3.75 


5.35 


14%xl6% 
14%xl8 \ 


10x14 


2.20 


4.30 


6.00 


10x16 


2.95 


5.30 


7.20 


14*Jx20 -\ fi 
16^x18 v. 


12x14 


2.80 


5.35 


7.35 


12x15 


2.90 


5.40 


7.60 


16^x19 7 16 


12x16 


3.50 


6.15 


8.25 


16J| 6 x20' 16 


14x16 


4.30 


7.30 


11.00 


18%x20 \ 


14x18 


4.50 


7.50 


12.15 


1B%x22% 


14x20 


4.80 


8.50 


12.75 


18^x24% 


14x22 


5.00 


9.00 


13.50 


18%x26'* l6 


16x20 


6.10 


10.30 


14.00 


20?sx24<k 


16x24 


7.00 


12.00 


17.10 


20%x28' s 


18x36 


17.25 


26.00 


28.00 


22^x40 ] V, 


20x24 


8.60 


14.80 


21.70 


25Hx29' s 


20x26 


9.50 


17.50 


22.00 


2Sy 8 x31H 


20x30 


13 . 50 


23 . 50 


26.00 


25 Hx35 Vs 


20x36 


18.50 


28.50 


31.50 


25 Hx41 y s 


24x30 


17.25 


28.25 


32.00 


29 Hx35 Y 2 


24x36 


22.00 


34.25 


36.50 


29 Hx41 Y 2 


30x30 


21.50 


34.00 


41.00 


35Hx35^ 


30x36 


28 . 50 


41.00 


48.00 


35 1 »x41 i> 



Cast Borders can be furnished flat on the back without the rib 
Style BR. 



'C" in which case they are 



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Registers, Round for Floor, Wall or Ceiling 




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Style OO (Cast Iron, Indian Lattice) 
LIST PRICES 















Oxidized 


Dull Brass 


Size of 


Black Japan 




White Japan 


Copper 


or 


Opening 
















Nickel Plate 


Inches 


















Register 
$1.50 


Face 


Border 


Register 


Face 


Register 


Face 


Register 


Face 


6 


$ .90 


$1.15 


$1.80 


$1.20 


$2.70 


$2.10 


$3.00 


$2.40 


7 


1.55 


1.00 


1.20 


1.90 


1.35 


2.90 


2.35 


3.50 


2.95 


8 


1.60 


1.05 


1.20 


1.95 


1.40 


3.00 


2.45 


3.70 


3.15 


9 


2.00 


1.40 


1.60 


2.40 


1.80 


3.90 


3.30 


4.90 


4.30 


10 


2.35 


1.65 


1.70 


2.85 


2.15 


4.35 


3.65 


5.35 


4.65 


12 


4.00 


2.70 


2.70 


4.80 


3.50 


6.35 


5.05 


7.90 


6.60 


14 


7.90 


4.05 


4.05 


9.45 


5.60 


11.00 


7.15 


14.30 


9.60 


16 


11.00 


5.10 


5.10 


12.20 


6.20 


15.00 


9.10 


19.75 


12.80 


18 


18.50 


7.20 


7.20 


20.35 


9.05 


23.75 


12.45 


26.00 


16.50 


20 


19.75 


8.00 


8.00 


21.75 


10.00 


24.75 


13.00 


32.40 


21.20 


24 


30.00 


12.00 


12.00 


33.00 


15.00 


40.00 


22.00 


49.00 


32.50 


28 


44.00 


19.00 


19.00 


48.40 


23.40 


57.50 


32.50 


72.00 


48.00 


30 


49.00 


21.50 


21.50 


53.90 


26.40 


65.00 


37.00 


85.00 


56.00 


36 


80 . 00 


35 . 00 


29.50 


88.00 


43.00 


105.00 


60.00 


127.00 


83.00 



Duplex Gratings for Pipeless Furnaces 



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Style D 
LIST PRICES 



Opening 


Approximate 


Size 


Black 


Oxidized 


Size 


Extreme Size 


Collar 


Japan 


Copper 


20x22 


22x24 


14 


$22.00 


$27.00 


22x24 


24x26 


16 


25.00 


30.50 


24x27 


26x29 


18 


30.00 


36.00 


29x29 


31x31 


20 


39.00 


45.00 


29x29 


31x31 


22 


39.00 


45.00 


30x30 


32x32 


22 


39.00 


45.00 


30x36 


32x38 


24 


43.50 


52.00 


33x33 


35x35 


24 


43.50 


52.00 


34x34 


36x36 


26 


44.00 


52.50 


35x35 


37x37 


26 


48 . 00 


56.50 


36x36 


38x38 


28 


52.00 


61.00 


40x40 


42x42 


30 


68.50 


80.00 


45x45 


47x47 


36 


90.00 


105.00 






Style D is Cast Iron. Manufactured in two pieces, the square outside part and the round 
center part, which allows easy setting. Furnished with sufficiently wide rims so that rabbet, if 
used, need not be accurate. Each grating crated separately. 



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Adjustable Ventilators 

For Admitting to Second Floor Surplus Heat from First Floor 




Style 77 



Each Ventilator consists of a Black Floor Register, a White Ceiling 
Register Face and a tin box, which is adjustable from 7 to 12 inches 
in depth. 

LIST PRICES, STYLE 77 



Size of 
Opening 


List 
Price 


Size of 
Opening 


List 
Price 


8x10 

8x12 

9x12 

10x12 


$4.40 
4.80 

5.40 
6.40 


10x14 
12x14 
12x15 
14x16 


$7.60 
10.00 
10.40 

17.00 



For use to secure circulation of air between rooms on the same floor, usually installed over the 
door. 



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Style 707 



Each Ventilator consists of two white steel faces and a tin box 
adjustable from 4 to 8 inches. 

LIST PRICES, STYLE 707 



Size of 
Opening 


List 
Price 


Size of 
Opening 


List 
Price 


8x24 

8x30 

10x24 


$7.60 
8.50 
8.30 


10x30 
12x24 
12x30 


$9.50 
9.00 

10.50 



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Heads, For Baseboard Registers 




Style H4 

For One Register 
(Second floor) 




Style H5 

For Two Registers 
(Second floor) 




Style HI 

For One Register 
(First floor) 




Style H2 

For Two Registers 
(First floor) 




Style H3 

For one Register 
(First flocr, with extension) 




Style H6 

For Two Registers 
(First floor, with extension) 



Note. — Above cuts show double-pipe fittings. We can'furnish single-pipe fittings also. Use 
same style numbers but specify "Single-pipe." 



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Heads, For Wall and Floor Registers 




Style H10 

For One Wall 
Register 




Style HI 2 

For Two Wall 
Registers 



Style H10V 




Style H14 
For Floor Register 



Style HI 1 

Floor Register Pan 



Note. — Above cuts show double - 
pipe fittings. We can furnish single- 
pipe fittings also. Use same style 
numbers but specify "Single-pipe," 



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Boots 




Style BX 




Style Bl 







In ordering Boots specify size of 
Round Collar required. 

Note. — Above cuts show double-pipe 
Boots for Baseboard Registers. We 
can furnish these also to fit regular 
Stack. Both Baseboard and Regular 
Stack Boots can be furnished in single- 
pipe fittings if so specified on order. 



Style 
B5 



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Angles For Baseboard Registers 

See page 110 for Angles for Regular Stack 





Style A45 



Style A66 



Extension Pieces for Baseboard Registers 




Style P2 
(Two -Inch Extension Piece) 




Style P6 

(Six-Inch Extension Piece) 



Combination (Boots and Angles) 




Combination of 

Boot BX and 

Angle A66 




^s 



Combination of 
Boot Bl and (2) Angles A45 



Combination of 

Boot Bl and 

Angle A45 



Note.— Above cuts show double- 
pipe fittings for Baseboard Registers. 
We can furnish these also to fit regular 
Stack. Both Baseboard and regular 
Stack fittings can be furnished in 
single-pipe fittings if so specified on 
order. 



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Angles, For Regular Stack 



Style A45V 




Style A45 



Two Style A45 
(Making One Style A90) 





Two Style A45V 
(Making One Style A90V) 




Two Style A45 
(Making an Offset) 




Two Style A45V 

(Making an Offset) 




Style Al 



Style A2 





Note. — Above cuts show double-pipe Angles to fit regular stack- All these angles can be 
furnished in single-pipe fittings if so specified on order. 



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Tees For Regular Stack 





Style T2 



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Style T3 



Style T4 



Above cuts show double-pipe Tees to fit regular Stack. All these Tees can be furnished in 
single-pipe fittings if so specified on order. 







Stack Pieces 

DOUBLE PIPE (FOR WALL) LIST PRICES 








Size 

No. 


Outside 
Dimensions 


Inside 

Dimensions 


P2 


P4 


P6 


P9 


P12 


P18 


P24 


56-Ft. 

Crate 


7 

-IV2 

8 
9 


3^x 10% 
3 x \2% 
3^x 12H 
3Hx 13 H 


3 x 10 

2^x 12 
3 x 12 
3 x 13 


.38 
.54 

.54 
.60 


.45 
.60 
.60 

.76 


.60 
.76 
.76 

.90 


.68 
.84 
.84 
.98 


.84 
.98 
.98 

1.28 


1.14 
1.36 
1.36 

1.58 


1.50 
1.80 
1.80 
2.10 


44.42 
53.84 
53.84 
61.76 




56-ft. crates contain the following assortment: 2-2"P, 2-4"P, 4-6"P, 2-9"P, 4-12"P, 5-18"P, and 
20-24"P sections of Double Pipe. 

SINGLE PIPE 



Size 


Size 


List Prices in P24 Sections 


Number 


K. D. or Nested 


Made Up 


6 
7 

TV2 

8 
9 


3 x 10 

3^x 10 
3 x 12 
3^x 12 
3 V 2 x 13 


.36 per ft. 

.38 " " 
.40 " " 
.42 " " 

.44 " " 


.38 per ft. 
.40 " " 

.42 " " 
.44 " " 
.46 



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Wire — Standard Sizes 

Black and Galvanized Annealed Wire in 12 lb. Stones 

Coppered and Galvanized Soft Basic Wire 

In Coils of 100 lbs. each 



Standard Sizes of Wire by Stub's Wire Gauge 
With Diameters in Decimal Parts of an inch 



Sizes of Wire 



Full Sizes of Plain Wire 




American Steel & 

Wire Company s 

STEEL WIRE 

GAUGE 

No. 



6 

7 
8 

9 
10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



Regular sizes always in stock. 



Lowest Market Prices 



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FLAT AND ROUND HEAD 

Stove Bolts 

LIST PRICE PER HUNDRED 



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LENGTH 


5-32 
3-16 


1-4 


LENGTH 


5-32 
3-16 


1-4 


5 s inch 


$ .85 

.85 

.85 

.85 

.90 

.90 

.95 

1.00 

1.05 

1.10 

1.15 

1.20 


$1.20 
1.20 
1.20 
1.20 
1.25 
1.30 
1.35 
1.40 
1.45 
1.50 
1.55 
1.60 


2 Vi inch 
2 ji inch 

2 % inch 

3 inch 
3 }4 inch 
3 3^ inch 

3 % inch 

4 inch 
4 3| inch 
4 3i inch 
4 % inch 


$1.25 
1.30 
1.40 
1.50 
1.60 
1.70 
1.80 
1.90 
2.00 
2.10 
2.20 




3 '£ inch 


$1.70 


% inch 


1.80 


% inch 


1.90 


7 /g inch 


2.00 


1 inch 


2.10 


1 % inch . , 


2.20 


1 }4 inch 


2.30 


1 % inch 


2.40 


1 l A inch 


2.50 


1 M inch 


2.60 


2 inch 


2.70 



Tinners' Rivets 




IN PACKAGES OF 1000, PRICE PER 1000. 



SIZE 


BLACK 


TIN PLATED 




6 oz. 


$.28 


$.30 




8 


.32 


.36 




10 


.36 


.40 




12 


.41 


.46 




14 


.45 


.50 




1 lb. 


.48 


.54 




IK " 


.54 


.62 




m " 


.62 


,71 




\% « 


.67 


.78 




2 


.72 


.84 




2H " 


.83 


.98 




3 


.96 


1.14 




3M " 


1.09 


1.30 




4 


1.20 


1.44 




5 


1.30 


1.60 




6 


1.50 


1.86 




7 


1.75 


2.17 




8 


2.00 


2.48 




9 


2.20 


2.74 




10 


2.40 


3.00 




12 


2.64 


3.36 




14 


3.08 


3.92 




16 


3.52 


4.48 



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Sheet Metal Screws 

Parker-Kalon 

Hardened 

Sheet Metal Screws 






are steel Screws designed expressly for sheet metal work. 
They are threaded and hardened in such a manner as to 
enable them to cut into sheet metal without stripping their 
threads. 

They cut into the metal like a tap and once screwed 
home, they make as good a fastening as a stove bolt or a 
rivet. Vibration can't work them loose. 

Made with round and flat heads in the following sizes: 

No. 6x % n (% 2 'W) 
No. 7x H f/ (H'xM*) 
No. lOx H" (KeW) 
No. lOxlH* (Me'xlK") 
No. 14x W (H'x %*) 
No. 14x1 U* (M'xlM*) 

Packed 1 gross or 1,000 of a size to the box. 



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Zinc Roses or Sprinkler 
Heads 



WITH TIN BASE 

No. 000, lJ4e inch $ 

No. 00, \% inch 

No. 0, 2% 6 inch 

No. 1, 2 15 4 6 inch. . . 

No. 2, 3% inch . 

No. 3, 4^6 inch 



Per Doz. 




Can Screws 

(UNLINED) 
Per Gross Zinc Tin 

3^ inch .$6.10 $3.20 

%inch 7.60 3.60 

1 inch 9.65 4.30 

iMinch 12.15 5.30 

13^ inch 16.20 6.90 

l^inch. 20.20 9.40 

2 inch 22.25 11.50 

Discount. Per Cent. 



Brass Can Screws 



(UNLINED) 
Per Gross 

Kinch $10.10 



^inch 12.10 



1 inch 16.65 

IMinch 21.15 

Discount Per Cent 



13^2 inch. 
1% inch. 
2 inch . 



Per Gross 

.$23.70 
. 34.20 
. 38.25 



Flat Zinc Screws 




Per Gross 



WRITE FOR PRICES 



2 ' 

2^" 

3 ' 

4 " 

5 " 

6 " 



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Paint 




York Corrugating Company's Out Door Paint is an 
Economical, Durable and Smooth Working Paint. 

For use on barns, fences, bridges, shingle and metal 
roofs, for general use around factories, warehouses, etc. 

This paint will be found of superior quality and unsur- 
passed by any paint made for similar purposes. It dries 
with a glossy surface. 

Put up in 1 and 5 gal. cans, bbls. and half bbls. 



Paste Paint 

York Oxide (Ground in pure linseed oil). Put up in 25 lb. 
cans. 



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Roofing Cement 

Our Own Special Brand. 






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ING COMPANY 



Faultless Plastic Roofing Cement 

A permanent weatherproof and waterproof composition for 
repairing leaks in metal, wood or slate roofs, also gutters, flash- 
ings, water troughs, boats, etc. Faultless roofing cement is 
made of the best materials; is not affected by the weather, will 
not dry and crack, but becomes a rubberlike substance which is 
practically indestructible. Contains no substances injurious 
to metals. 

This cement will work in the presence of moisture; however, 
the best results are to be obtained by having the surface to be 
repaired dry and clean. The cement is soft and pliable and 
should be spread evenly with a trowel or putty knife. It may 
be used for sealing cracks, crevices and leaks in all building 
materials. 

Put up in 1 lb., 10, 25 and 50 lb. cans, bbls. and half bbls. 









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Faultless Liquid Roof Coating 



Offers a quick, 
easy method of ap- 
plying an impervi- 
ous coating in one 
operation equal to 
four coats of paint 
in thickness. 




CORRUGATING 



COMPA*M 

t5 



Only the one 
coat is required, 
even on the 
oldest surface 



Extractor for Faultless Cement 

This faucet is specially made for extracting Faultless Cement 
from barrels. It is strongly made and saves time and money. 





Pecora Roof Cement 

A rubber-like elastic paste for use in 
bedding or laying slate tyle and metal 
roofs of all kind. Unequalled for re- 
pairing leaks in tin roofs, gutters and 
chimney joints. Will not crack or run. 



Anchor Cold Water Paste 

for applying Asbestos paper, etc. 
Can instantly be prepared by adding cold water. Requires no 
boiling. 10 lb. cans only. Price per lb $ 



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New Rutland Asbestos Stove Lining 




The best stove clay made for lining 
stoves, ranges, furnaces, also for mak- 
ing repairs to broken or cracked linings, 
and for like uses. Has given satisfaction 
to the trade for years. 

No. 10 packages (10 lbs.) each. .$ 

No. 6 packages (6 lbs.) each. . . $ 

No. 3 packages (3 lbs.) each. . .$ 

Barrel lots from factory, 350 to 

450 lbs., per lb $ 




Pecora Furnace Cement 

5, 10 and 25 Pound Cans. 

Will not become porous, shrink, 
crumble or crack. 



Rutland Asbestos Furnace Cement 

Black and White 

The strongest and most durable 
cement in use for ' 'setting up" and 
repairing broken points in Furnaces, 
Ranges, Heaters, Stoves, etc. It 
is prepared ready for use, adheres 
readily and firmly to castings, tin, 
etc., and "sets" in a few hours. 
When subjected to heat, it vitrifies 

without shrinking or becoming porous. It is invaluable for 

lining Furnace Doors of Steam Boilers. 

1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 lb. pails. 




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Security Milk Cans 

Ohio and New York Patterns 




Ohio Pattern 



OHIO PATTERN 

Specification 

Average Weight* 

Neck Fitted with 

Number Capacity Diam. No. 1 Cover 

O620 20 qts. 6% ins. 11^ lbs. 

O 632 32 qts. 6% ins. 16 lbs. 

O 640 40 qts. 6% ins. 18 lbs. 

O 732 32 qts. 1% ins. 16 lbs. 

O 740 40 qts. 7j| ins. 18 lbs. 

*If fitted with No. 2 Cover for average weight deduct 
one pound. S 

Side Seam — Riveted and soldered in- 
side and outside. 

Breast, Neck and Cover— Separately 
tinned before assembling. 

Body and Bottom — Made of heavily 
coated Charcoal Bright Tin Plate. 

Handles — Hollow tubular handles. 

Covers— Fitted with No. 1 (umbrella) 
or with No. 2 (sunken) style. 

Cover Illustration — See page 121. 

Carload Weight— Minimum 16000 lbs. 



New York Pattern 

NEW YORK PATTERN 
Specification 



Number 
N620 
N732 
N 740 



Capacity 

20 qts. 
32 qts. 

40 qts. 



Neck 
Diam. 
6jfe-ins. 
734 ins. 
7M ins. 



Average Weight* 

Fitted with 

No. 1 Cover 

15J4 lbs. 

25 Y 2 lbs. 

27^ lbs. 



*If fitted with No. 2 Cover for average weight deduct 
one pound. 

Side Seam— Welded on machines of 
our own design and manufacture. 

Breast, Body, Bottom and Cover- 
Separately tinned before assembling. 

Handles — Drop Handles Malleable 
Iron provided with rubber bumpers. 

Covers — Fitted with No. 1 (umbrella) 
or with No. 2 (sunken) style. 

Cover Illustration — See page 121. 
Carload Weight — Minimum 16000 lbs. 



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Security Milk Cans (Continued) 
Ohio and New York Patterns 




Ohio Pattern 



New York Pattern 



OHIO PATTERN 
Important Details of Construction 
A — Lock seamed and smoothly 
soldered. 

B — Half-Oval Breast Band shrunk 
on to breast — smoothly soldered in- 
side and outside. 

C — Security Lock Joint — Clinch- 
ing bottom to body. Joint soldered 
and completely sealed to exclude en- 
trance of fluids between parts. 

Heavy bottom band re-inforcing 
bottom and protecting Lock Joint 
from wear. 



NEW YORK PATTERN 

Important Details of Construction 

F — Flare and Neck — (outer thick- 
ness) drawn without seam. Breast 
and Neck — (inner thickness) drawn 
without seam. Double Neck. 

G— Heavy Half -Oval Breast Band, 
shrunk on to breast. Joint smoothly 
soldered inside and outside. 

H — Security Lock Joint clinching 
bottom to body. Joint soldered and 
completely sealed to exclude entrance 
of fluids between parts. 

I — Special Angle Section Bottom 
Band. Angle rests on chime of can, 
protecting the bottom from shock and 
preventing the rivets from shearing 
off. 



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Covers for Security Milk Cans 

Ohio and New York Patterns 




No. 1 




No. 2 



Specifications and Important Details of Construction 



Style 
lumber 


Diameter 
of Neck 


Average 

Weight 

New York 


Average 

Weight 

Ohio 


1 


7K ins. 


zy 2 ibs. 


234 lbs 


1 


6A ins. 


2\i lbs. 


2 lbs 


2 


7M ins. 


2\i lbs. 


lj^lbs 


2 


6tq ins. 


\% lbs. 


l^lbs 



No. 1 Umbrella Cover — Stopper drawn from one 
piece without seam and without any crevices. The 
umbrella top is electric welded to stopper and soldered 
at point D. 

No. 2 Sunken Cover— Stopper drawn from one piece 
without seam and without crevice. Handle locked 
into cover at point E. 



20 qts. liquid measure known as 
20 qts. dry measure known as 
30 qts. liquid measure known as 
30 qts. dry measure known as 
40 qts. liquid measure known as 
40 qts. dry measure known as 1 
20 qts. dry measure equivalent to 
30 qts. dry measure equivalent to 
40 qts. dry measure equivalent to 
Extra lids can be furnished. 



42 lbs. capacity 

50 lbs. capacity 

65 lbs. capacity 

75 lbs. capacity 

85 lbs. capacity 

00 lbs. capacity 

23 qts. liquid measure 

34 J 2 qts. liquid measure 

46 qts. liquid measure 



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One-Piece Culvert 



^ One-Piece Galvanized Riveted Corrugated Metal Culverts have been exten- 
sively used and found so consistently satisfactory for Public Roads and High- 
ways, Steam and Electric Lines, that this form of culvert is usually considered as 
standard. 

Our One-Piece Culverts are very heavily coated with the purest and cleanest 
of Zinc Spelter insuring long service, economy and absence of troublesome 
repairs. 

Construction One-Piece Riveted Culvert 

Consists of a perfectly rounded culvert formed from sheets which are corru- 
gated extremely deep to give the greatest possible strength in culvert construc- 
tion. 

The Boiler Form Construction is employed, making all our Culverts full inside 
diameter. 

To produce additional strength we overlap the side seams, making double 
thickness of metal at the seams through the entire length of the culvert. The 
end corrugation of each section laps over and locks into the end corrugation of the 
adjoining section. 




Rivets are placed in the valley of each corrugation in a straight single row 
along the side seams, and at equal distances around the circumference where one 
section joins another, making practically a water-tight joint. 

The sections are put together with broken joints:— that is, the line of rivets is 
not continuous throughout the pipe, but comes on opposite sides of the pipe in 
each connecting section, so that the strength is evenly distributed over the entire 
culvert. There is a continuous unbroken line of circumference, and no flange to 
interfere when filling in and tamping; the corrugations form complete circular 
ribs of great strength. 

One-Piece Culverts are made in any lengths required, not to exceed 36 feet 
for carload shipments. 

Local shipments must necessarily be made in shorter lengths for loading in side 
door box cars; i. e., 10" to 24" diameter in about 16-ft. sections and 24" and larger 
diameters in sections of 10 to 12 -ft., depending upon the diameter. 

Local shipments of Culverts when too large to load in side door box cars must be 
shipped on flat or gondola cars. The freight charges will be not less than for 
5,000 pounds for each shipment at the first class rate of freight. 



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The Connecting Band 

For joining sections longer than allowable shipping length. Any given 
number of sections may be joined by a CONNECTING BAND, making 

one STRAIGHT RIGID 
TUBE ANY LENGTH 
REQUIRED. 

Our Connecting Bands 
and Culverts are all made 
from the same high grade 

material. 

The Bands are ingen- 
iously constructed, being 
drawn together by Bolts 
passing through Lugs, se- 
curely riveted to heavy 
Corrugated Bands, which not only reinforce and strengthen the Culverts 

but also make them practically Water-Tight where the several sections are joined 
ogether. 

Connecting Bands can be quickly and 
easily adjusted and are sold at the price of 
one lineal foot of Culvert of the same diameter 
and gauge. 

(Based on Kutter's Formula: N-.017) 
By comparison anyone can ascertain from 
the table below just how much more or less 
one culvert carries than another. For in- 
stance, note the comparative capacity between 
the 12 -inch and the 24-inch culverts. 





Diameter 
Inches 


Gauge 


Thickness 
in Fraction 


Thickness 
in Decimal 


Area 
in 


Shipping 
Weight 




of an Inch 


of an Inch 


Sq. Ft. 


per Foot 


8 


16 


1-16 


.0625 


.349 


7.77 


10 


16 


1-16 


.0625 


.545 


9.42 


12 


16 


1-16 


.0625 


.785 


11.04 


15 


16 


1-16 


.0625 


1.277 


13.44 


16 


16 


1-16 


.0625 


1.3958 


14.57 


18 


16 


1.16 


.0625 


1.767 


16.19 


20 


16 


1-16 


.0625 


2.181 


17.79 


24 


14 


5-64 


.078125 


3.142 


26.19 


30 


14 


5-64 


.078125 


4.908 


32.25 


36 


14 


5-64 


.078125 


7.068 


38.60 


42 


14 


5-64 


.078125 


9.620 


45.65 


48 


14 


5-64 


.078125 


12.566 


52.03 


60 


12 


7-64 


.109375 


19.63 


86.47 


72 


12 


7-64 


.109375 


28.274 


103.13 



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Charcoal 

We carry a supply of charcoal, two 
bushels to the bag; also packed in cartons, 
for use in the old reliable fire pots. 



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Acid Brushes 




Paint Brushes 







Vulcanized in rubber 

4 in. — bristles 3 ins. long 

5 in. — bristles 3 x /i ins. long 



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Kant Break Ladder 



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Construction 

Kant-Break Ladders are constructed of se- 
lected well seasoned, Edge Grain Spruce for the 
uprights. A No. 7 Hard Bessemer steel tinned 
wire grooved in full length of both sides of up- 
right. This forms a combined truss, and adds 
to the rigidness and strength of upright. 

Rungs of selected second growth Hickory. 
Each has a 34 -inch steel rod inserted through the 
center. 

A heavy galvanized metal cap, set in flush 
with upright, with an additional washer set in 
and bolted thereto. The rungs cannot possibly 
break or uprights snap. 

Roller guides of wrought iron, full width of 
ladder. 



Extension Ladders — Push- 
Up Style 

Without Rope and Pulley 



Extension Ladders 



Length 
Feet 

20 

22 

24 
26 

28 
30 
32 
34 
36 
38 
40 
44 
48 
50 



List 
Price 
$16.00 
17.60 
19.20 
20.80 
22.40 
24.00 
25.60 
27.20 
28.80 
32.30 
37.20 
40.90 
44.65 
46.50 



Sections 
Bottom Top 
Feet 



1-10 
1-12 
1-12 
1-14 
1-14 
1-16 
1-16 
1-18 
1-18 
1-20 
1-20 
1-22 
1-24 
1-25 



Feet 
1-10 
1-10 
1-12 
1-12 
1-14 
1-14 
1-16 
1-16 
1-18 
1-18 
1-20 
1-22 
1-24 
1-25 



52 feet to 66 feet, 3 Sections, $1.00 per foot. 

Made with both Flared or Straight 
Bottoms. 

All orders in lengths of 30 feet and over, 
shipped with Flared bottom unless other- 
wise specified. 



Rope and Pulley Attachments 

Pendulum Self -Adjusting 

Lock 


Length 
Feet 


List 
Price 


Sections 
Bottom Top 

Feet Feet 


20 


$19.10 


1-10 


1-10 


22 


20.70 


1-12 


1-10 


24 


22.30 


1-12 


1-12 


26 


23.90 


1-14 


1-12 


28 


25.50 


1-14 


1-14 


30 


27.10 


1-16 


1-14 


32 


28.70 


1-16 


1-16 


34 


30.30 


1-18 


1-16 


36 


31.90 


1-18 


1-18 


38 


35.40 


1-20 


1-18 


40 


40.30 


1-20 


1-20 


44 


44.00 


1-22 


1-20 


48 


47.75 


1-24 


1-24 


50 


49.60 


1-25 


1-25 


52 


52-50 


1-26 


1-26 


Made 


with both 


Straight 


or Flared 



bottoms. 

All orders shipped Straight bottom un- 
less otherwise specified. 



We can furnish any standard make ladder. 



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The Seaman Safety Bracket 



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Advantage of Safety Bracket to Tinsmith 



Designed to Save Labor, Insure Safety and make the work 
of all ladder users easier. The SAFETY BRACKET prevents 
the top of a ladder from sliding, rolling, or being blown over by 
the wind. 

Y% in. Round Arms. % in. Thumb Screws. Flange \i in. x 
V/ 2 in. Weight V/ 2 lb. each. Span 42 inches; holds ladder out 
14 inches. 



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Metal Ceilings 



For every kind of Store Room, for Theaters and Motion Picture Show Houses 
and their Entrance Lobbies; for Bank Rooms, School Buildings, Dormitories, 
Churches, Hotels, Court Houses, City Halls or any Public Building; for Lodge 
Rooms, Residences, Apartment Houses, Factory Offices, Cafes, Lodging Houses, 
etc., etc. 

There are designs to harmonize with every class of architecture and with every 
kind of interior. 

Metal Ceilings are fireproof, ornamental, sanitary, vermin proof, dust proof, 
moisture proof, permanent and exceedingly economical, as compared with lath 
and plaster ceilings. They are fast replacing lath, plaster, and wooden ceilings, 
for they do not crack like plaster or warp like wood. They cannot burn, and 
therefore prevent spreading of flames. They never need repairs. They gather 
no dampness. They cannot be injured by leaks in the roofing. When soiled 
they are quickly and easily freshened with just soap and water. They are per- 
manently ornamental. 

Metal Ceilings are made from mild steel sheets. They weigh 65 pounds to 
the hundred square feet. Regular sizes of sheets are two feet in width by two 
feet, four feet, and eight feet long. They are shipped under fourth class freight 

rate. 



Special Information 

Extra charge will be made for material to fit areas and angles which are not 
in right angles, or are too small to receive standard sizes, as shown herein. 

Prices quoted will not include Furring-strips or nails, and such materials will 
only be shipped when particularly ordered. Whenever strips are wanted we 
will furnish them of standard size, %" x 1M". No Furring-strips are required on 
sheathed surfaces. No double furring is necessary with our Ceiling. 

All quotations include cone-head nails for applying metal and wood brackets 
for Cornices of depths, 4", 4M", 6", 8M", 9j#\ 13J^" and 16". 

Metal Ceiling and Sidewall, crated, ready for shipment, weight approximately 
sixty-five pounds for each one hundred square feet, and are shipped under fourth 
class rate of freight. 

The Wall designs, herein, show a metal baseboard which is not furnished 
unless especially ordered. We recommend a wood baseboard. 



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Metal Ceilings (Continued) 

Rules for Measuring 

To the actual length of ceiling to be covered, add the depth of Cornice, on 
each endwall. To the actual breadth of ceiling to be covered add the depth of 
Cornice on each sidewall. The actual Metal Ceiling required is found by multi- 
plying these two results. For instance — Length of room, 62' plus depth of 
Cornice, both ends, 16" plus 16", equals 64' 8". Breadth of room 20' plus depth of 
Cornice, both sides, 16" plus 16", equals 22' 8". 64' 8" multiplied by 22' 8" 
equals 1466 square feet of Metal Ceiling required. 

Deductions are allowed only for large openings of 75 sq. ft. or more, since 
fitting around openings is as expensive as covering them. 

Beneath each combination illustrated in this catalogue is noted the depth 
of Cornice. 

Measurements of both sides and both ends should be given as rooms are 
frequently out of square. Be sure to locate doors, vestibules, chimneys, and 
offsets, on a sketch to be sent with order or inquiry. Give the height of walls, 
and, separately, of the baseboard. All such fixtures as gas or electric light drops 
must be placed so as to conform to the drawing and arrangement of the Metal 
Ceilings. 



Applying the Ceiling 

The Field should be applied first, then the Cornice, nailing the bottom only 
to hold in place until Mold, Border, or Filler is applied, as the case may be. 

Beginning at one corner apply the ceiling plates across and along the room, 
keeping the lapping edges running from the light. Each piece should be carefully 
lapped so the beads will be straight and true; the joints will then become in- 
visible. The plates should be nailed at about 6 inch intervals with small cone 
head nails. Use a sharp punch for making nail holes where there are more than 
two thicknesses of metal. The filler plate is placed under the member on the 
ceiling side of the cornice. 

Close or "swedge" with a small dull tool any joints which may not have 
lapped tightly owing to the lapping beads having been bent or flattened in 
applying. 

The following is to assist ceiling erectors in estimating the quantity of furring 
strips for each 100 square feet of surface covered, the quantities representing the 
stripping for the field portion only; additional to same the necessary quantity of 
strips for molding, filler, and cornice must be added. The size of molding, filler, 
and cornice is a determining factor in the quantity required. 

If strips are placed 24 inches on centers lengthwise and 24 inches on centers 
crosswise, each 100 square feet of metal will require 105 lineal feet of strips. 

If strips are placed 24 inches on centers lengthwise and 48 inches on centers 
crosswise, each 100 square feet of metal will require 80 lineal feet of strips. 

If strips are placed 24 inches on centers lengthwise and 96 inches on centers 
crosswise, each 100 square feet of metal will require 67 lineal feet of strips. 

If strips are placed 12 inches on centers lengthwise and 96 inches on centers 
crosswise, each 100 square feet of metal will require 117 lineal feet of strips. 



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24 Inch Multiple Plate No. 200 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8.50 per Square 



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24 Inch Multiple Plate No. 221 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8.50 per Square 





24 Inch Multiple Plate No. 201 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8 00 per Square 



24 Inch Multiple Plate No. 228 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8.00 per Square 



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Metal Ceilings (Continued) 




12 Inch Multiple Plate No. 202 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 48 inches 
List Price $8.50 per Square 




12 Inch Multiple Plate No. 203 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8.00 per Square 




12 Inch Multiple Plate No. 204 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8.00 per Square 




8 Inch Multiple Plate No. 218 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8.00 per Square 



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Metal Ceilings (Continued) 




8 Inch Multiple Plate No. 224 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $3.00 per Square 




6 Inch Multiple Plate No. 205 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8.00 per Square 



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Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8.00 per Square 




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Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8.00 per Square 



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Metal Ceilings (Continued) 




6 Inch Multiple Plate No. 223 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8.00 per Square 




Side Wall Plate No. 229 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 72 inches and 

24 inches by 96 inches 

List Price $9.00 per Square 





Plate No. 208 

Size of Sheets 24 inches by 96 inches 
List Price $7.75 per Square 



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Size of Sheets 24 inches by 96 inches 
List Price $8.00 per Square 



The Plates illustrated on this page can be used for Ceilings or Side Walls. 



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Metal Ceilings (Continued) 





Size of Sheets 24 inches by 96 inches 
List Price $8,00 per Square 



Stucco Plate No. 216 

Size of Sheets 30 inches by 120 inches 
List Price $8 .00 per Square 



Cornice No. 212 

2 J 2 inches by 2 inches by 72 inches. No blocks furnished 
List Price $0.05 per Lineal Foot 




Moulded Filler No. 230 

9, 12, 15 and 18 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8.50 per Square 




Filler No. 211 

9, 12, 15 and 18 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $8.00 per Square 






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Cornice No. 231 

4 Yi inches by 4 J 2 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $0.08 per Lineal Foot. Inner and Outer Mitres $0.50 each 




Cornice No. 232 

6 inches by 6 inches by 72 inches 
No Mitres or Wood Brackets furnished with Cornice No. 232 
List Price $0.10 per Lineal Foot 




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Cornice No. 213 

6 inches by 6 inches by 72 inches 
List Price $0.10 3 2 per Lineal Foot 
Inner and Outer Mitres $0.60 each 




Combination Design No. 920 



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Metal Ceilings (Continued) 




Combination Design No. 921 




Combination Design No. 901 



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Metal Ceilings (Continued) 




Combination Design No. 922 




Combination Design No. 926 



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Metal Ceilings (Continued) 




Combination Design No. 923 




Combination Design No. 924 



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Metal Ceilings (Continued) 




Combination Design No. 903 




Combination Design No. 925 



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Metal Ceilings (Continued) 




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Combination Design No. 927 




Combination Design No. 928 



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Malleable Star Ears 



Countersunk Rivet Holes on underside. For Flush Rivet Heads. Cuts show actual size. Price 

in Gross Boxes 









Tinned Kettle Ears for Pails, Coal Hods, etc. 



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Soldering Coppers 

Drawn Copper Bolts, Forged 
With Square Points for Common Use 

Our Coppers are made of drawn copper bolts of the highest grade 
quality and are shaped under a hammer. By this method they are 
as solid as the metal can be made, making them better heat retainers 
than the ordinary copper on the market cast from copper ingots. 

Weight per pair 1 lj^ 2 2)4 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 14 

Base Price 3 lbs. per pair and heavier .per lb. changing market 

2}4 lbs. per pair add to base per lb. $ .01 

2 lbs. per pair add to base per lb. .02 

1 Y 2 lbs. per pair add to base per lb. .03 

1 lb. per pair add to base per lb. .06 

Packed 25 pairs in a box. 

Soldering Copper Handles 




Copper Handle, Wired 

No. 31 Weight per dozen 34 oz 



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Parker-Kalon Shur-Grip Solder Iron Handle 

(Patented) 

Cuts a thread on the stem of the Solder Iron as it's being screwed on. 

Goes on like a nut on a bolt. Once on, it stays on. Can't get loose or come 
off unless it's unscrewed. 

Saves time and labor. Safe and comfortable to use. Eliminates all the troubles 
you have with ordinary handles. 

Used in thousands of shops. Try it once and you'll never use any other. 

Made in three sizes: 

No. 7 for stem % inch to }4 inch diameter. (Generally 1% to 4 lb. solder 
irons.) 

No. 8 for stem 7-16 inch to 9-16 inch diameter. (Generally 4 to 8 lb. solder 
irons.) 

No. 9 for stem y% inch to % inch diameter. (Generally 8 to 12 lb. solder 
irons.) 

"It Screws On" 

Can't split. Can't come off. Won't burn — stays cool. Will outlast six ordi- 
nary handles. Pays for itself several times over in the time and labor it saves. 




Showing inside construction of the SHUR-GRIP. The heat escapes through the hole in the 

direction indicated by arrows. 



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Cornice Brakes 

No. 1000 Series 
Steel Construction 




Capacity No. 18 Gauge Iron and Lighter 

Number 4C 4B 4 2B 

Length inches 61 73 97 121 

Note — Furnished with one Forcing Bar and five Formers for 
making circular and semi-circular bends. 

Capacity No. 16 Gauge Iron and Lighter 

Number 6B 6 3B 3 2 

Length inches 36^ 48^ 73 97 121 

Note — Furnished with one Forcing Bar and five Formers for 
making circular and semi-circular bends. 

Capacity No. 14 Gauge Iron and Lighter 

Number 5B 5 2C IB 

Length inches 36^ 48)^ 97 121 

Note — Furnished with one Forcing Bar and five Formers for 
making circular and semi-circular bends. 

General Description 
These Brakes are of pressed steel construction and owing to their 
light weight are handy to move around for outdoor construction work. 



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Whitney Portable Hand Metal Punches 




No. 2 Punch 

Length, 23 inches. Weight, 12 pounds. Capacity, % 6 inch 
hole through Y inch iron, or equivalent. Punches and dies in 
13 sizes — Y% to Y2 inch, by 3^2nds. Includes two punches and 
one die, any size. Extra punches or dies. $0.50 for either, and 
$0.40 each in lots of 12 or more. 




Channel Iron Punch 

A companion to No. 2 Punch. Every part of the two tools 
interchangeable. Length, 23 inches. Weight, 16^ pounds. 
Capacity, Y inch hole through Y inch iron, or equivalent. 
Punches and dies in 13 sizes — x /% to Y2 inch, by ^nds. Punches 
to center of 4 inch channels with V/2 inch flanges. Equipped 
same as No. 2. 




No. 1 Punch 

Especially built for heavier capacity. Length, 34 inches. 
Weight, 22 pounds, well distributed, to nicely balance the tool. 
Capacity, % inch hole through Y inch iron. Equipped same 
as No. 2. Punches and dies in 13 sizes, from % 6 to % 6 by 
H2nds. Extras same price as No. 2 punch. 

Specify sizes of Punches and Dies desired. 



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Wiss Steel Forged Tinner Snips 

Wiss Tinner Snips may be tested to cut 20d wire nails without marring the 
edges, and then cut clean the lightest of tissue paper. This test shows the fine 
adjustment of the Wiss Snip, its strength, and toughness, and its marvelous 
keen edge. 

Wiss Snips are superior in quality and construction — in shape, in cutting 
edge, in strength, in tests, and in finish. They work easier, give more work 
and better work. 

A piece of the finest Crucible Bar Steel welded to the inside of the blades of 
the Toughest of Steel Forgings gives the Wiss Snip its perfect, lasting cutting 
edge — an edge that will not break or chew the work, but which is always sharp. 
The blades are perfectly shaped, with points made strong and the handles 
formed so that they will not tire the hand even after continuous use. The most 
severe factor tests to which we subject our snips enable us to unrestrictedly 
guarantee every pair to do their work satisfactorily. 




Wiss Regular Pattern Tinner Snips 

Number 12 11 10 9 8 7 6^ 

Full Length, inches 8 9^ 11^ 12^ 13% UH 1$H 

Length of Cut, inches 2 2M ^ l A 3 3^ 4 4}i 

With Left Handles — For use with the left hand, Blades as illustrated, 50 cents 
per pair, extra list. 

Discount 




Wiss Combination Pattern Tinner Snips 

Will Cut Curved as well as Straight Work 

These Snips are made with straight blades, but are ground and shaped in 
such a manner that they can be used as readily for cutting curves and irregular 
shapes as for straight work, thus combining all the advantages of both the Cir- 
cular and the Straight Snip in one tool. 

Number 100 19 18 17 

Full Length, inches U}4 \2 l / 2 13}4 ^ l A 

Length of Cut, inches 2 l A 3 3}4 4 

With Left Handles— For use with the left hand, Blades as illustrated, 50 cents 
per pair, extra list. 

Discount 



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Wiss Circular Blade Tinner Snips 




Made specially for those who continually cut curved work, 
ground perfectly and work as easily as a Straight Snip. 



Tempered and 



Number 12CB 11CB 10CB 9CB 

Full Length, inches 8 9 l A Ul4 12M 

2M 



^2 
2V2 



8CB 



7CB 63^CB 
4 4H 



Length of Cut, inches 2 

With Left Handles — For use with the left hand, Blades as illustrated, 50 cents 
per pair, extra list. 

Discount 



Wiss Reversed Blade Tinner Snips 
Right Hand Cut — Combination Handles 




When cutting, workman has to look at right side of his snip to see line he is 
cutting. Made with combination handles to be used with either right or left hand 

Number 9R- Regular 19R-Combination 

FulllLength, inches 12^ 12^ 

Length of Cut, inches 3 3 

Discount 



Reasonable Working Standard for Selecting Wiss Tinner Snips 

Gauge Galvanized Iron 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 

Regular Pattern No 6}^-7 8 9 10 10 11 12 

Combination Pattern No 17 18 19 100 100 100 

Circular Blade No 6^ 7 8 9 10 10 11 

The cutting power of a Wiss Snip is only limited by the strength of the indivi- 
dual using it and the above schedule is not a maximum test of the power of 
Wiss Tinner Snips. 



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Guaranteed— PEXTO— High Grade 

Tinsmiths' and Sheet Metal Workers' 

Tools and Machines 

The Oldest Line in America 




The following pages are devoted to an extensive variety of Tools 
and Machines useful in every -day shop practice. Pexto equipment is 
tool well known to discuss here their superior wearing qualities, ex- 
treme accuracy and efficiency. Consistent with our policies to render 
the trade a service by supplying material of the better kind maintain- 
ing a reputation for quality and supremacy, we highly recommend this 
line of Pexto Tinsmiths' and Sheet Metal Workers' Tools and 
Machines to our friends who demand the highest standard in Tool and 
Machine efficiency. 

Tools and Machines of a standard kind, the ones most called for, 
will be found in our large stock, our extensive facilities and wide ex- 
perience enabling us to give the very best of good service and quick 
shipments. 



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PEXTO 

Double Cutting Shears 



Nos. 2-02-22 




• 




Berridge Patent Double Cutting Shears 




Old Cutting Method 



New Cutting Method 




Double Cutting Shears Nos. 2 and 02 




Crimped with Attachment 
fitted to Shears No. 2 




Old Method 



Number 2 02 . 22 

Shipping Weight lbs. 3 3 1 

Length , inches 12% 12% 8} 



Note — No. 02 is the same as No. 2 except that No. 2 has crimping attach- 
ment. No. 22 is of pocket size and does not have crimping attachment. 



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PEXTO 

Hand Shears 




The Lyon Snip 
For Cutting Scrolls and Circles 

A Snip that has always been popular because the user knows that he can 
get the best results from the famous P. S. 8b W. Company make. These 
Snips are especially adapted to cornice and tin work. They are made to 
cut circles, scrolls, etc., very easily, but they are equally well adapted for 
regular snip work. The blades are rounding and very sharp pointed and 
can be used for very delicate work. Best materials with forged handles 
and steel blades are used and the tool is fully warranted. 

Number 165 170 180 190 

Will cut Iron No. 24 25 26 27 

Length of Cut. inches 4 33^ 3 2% 

Length over all inches 15 % 14 13 llj^ 

Finish — Blued Handles and Polished Heads 




Hercules Combination Snip 
Left Hand Cut. Straight Pattern 

These Snips are made so as to easily cut circles, scrolls, etc., and are 
equally adapted to the same class of work as the regular Snip. The jaws 
are bevelled with straight cutting edges which allows the material to pass 
freely when cutting curves or changing direction of the cut. A most superior 
tool for various kinds of work, and one of unusually desirable qualities. 

Number 146 147 148 149 150 

Will cut Iron No. 24 25 26 27 28 

Length of cut inches 4y$ Z X A 3}4 3 2 l A 

Length over all inches 15^ 14J^ 13}^ 12^ 113^ 

Finish — Blued Handles and Polished Heads 



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PEXTO 
Hand Shears (Continued) 







Hawk's Bill Combination Scroll and Circular Snip 

A high-grade Snip with an extremely wide range of cutting usefulness, 
possessing a combination of individual features not found in any other Snip. 
Work can be cut on a straight line and they will cut circles or the radii of a 
circle in very much smaller dimensions than it is possible to cut with any 
other Snip on the inside as well as on the outside of a sheet of metal. The 
blades are hawk billed in shape and have a peculiar clearance bevel between 
the cutting edges, which permits the blades to easily turn a sharp corner or 
work around a small curve without buckling. The blades being unusually 
narrow and ground to an extreme narrowness at the points, they are highly 
valuable for cutting openings in pipe or cylinders of every description for 
furnace jackets, thimbles, tee joints, etc. 

They are especially adapted for cornice work practice in tight places 
where the regular Hand Snip proves cumbersome. Best materials with 
forged handles and steel blades are used. 

Number 15 

Will cut Iron No. 28 

Length of cut inches 3 

Length over all inches 11% 

Packed one in a carton. 

Finish — Blued Handles and Polished Heads 



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Hand Shears (Continued) 




1819 Original P. S. 8s W. Co.'s Snip 
Left Hand Cut. Straight Pattern 

Our highest grade of Tinners' Snip. A distinctive article of unusual 
quality. Used by Sheet Metal Workers throughout the world. Forged 
from choicest material. Superfine steel cutting blades. Stamped "1819 
Original P. S. 85 W." As always, of the highest grade of excellence and 
fully warranted — maintaining a reputation gained by a century's experience. 

Number 06 l A 6}4 7 8 9 10 

Will cut iron No. 22 24 25 26 27 28 

Length of Cut inches 4^ 4H 3 7 A Wz 3 23^ 

Length over all inches 17 15% 1434 13 >2 12 11 

Note — Nos. 063^ to 10 with Left Hand Cut for Right Hand Man at no 
extra cost. Nos. 6 A to 10 with Right Hand Cut for Left Hand Man at no 
extra cost. Nos. 063^ to 10 with Left Hand Cut for Left Hand Man fur- 
nished at $0.50 net extra per pair. Nos. 06}^ to 10 with Right Hand Cut 
for Right Hand Man furnished at $0.50 net extra per pair. 

Finish — Blued Handles and Polished Heads. 



Circular Snips 




1819 Original P. S. 8b W. Co.'s Snip 
Left Hand Cut. Circular Pattern 

The same careful selection of materials and the same high-grade work- 
manship as characterizes all 1819 Original Snips is found in these Circular 
Snips. For hard service and long life they have no competitors. 

Number C6^ C7 C8 C9 CIO 

Will cut iron No. 24 25 26 27 28 

Length of Cut inches 4}^ 4 3 l / 2 3 23^ 

Length over all inches IS% U l A lZ]/ 2 12 11 

Finish— Blued Handles and Polished Heads. 



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Hand Shears (Continued) 




General Purpose Pocket Snip 

With the assurance of Pexto quality added to its manifold uses this tool 
cannot be surpassed. It is adapted to use by the mechanic, plumber, 
electrician and automobilist. The Tinsmith and Sheet Metal Worker will 
find it a very useful, vest pocket shears. 

Number g2 

Length of cut inches 2 

Length over all inches 7 

Finish — Blued Handles and Polished Heads 




Hand Slitting Shears 

Made of a special design intended for cutting corrugated metal length- 
wise. These Shears are equally adapted for the same class of work as regular 
Snips. Both handles remain above the work and the Shears are so shaped 
that the cut sheets pass freely below the hand without danger of injury. 
Forged from best Norway iron and laid with highest grade steel. 

Number 59 

Will cut Iron No. 24 

Length of cut inches 3 

Length over all . inches 13^ 

Finish — Blued Handles and Polished Heads 






Bench Shears 




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PEXTO 

Punches 

No. 789 C 




Capacity No. 18 Gauge Iron and Lighter 
Number 789 C 

Depth of Throat inches V/2 

Length over all inches < 8}4 

Note— Furnished with three sets of Dies and Punches; viz, 
3/g, % 6 an d M inch. The movement of this practical and handy- 
tool works easily and rapidly. It may be carried in the pocket 
and will prove a very useful tool for outside work. 



Square Pipe Crimper 

No. 787 




Improved Method of Square Pipe Crimping with 
Pexto Hand Crimper No. 787 



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PEXTO 

Squaring Shears 

No. XC 36 Series 

Gap 




Capacity, No. 16 Gauge Iron and Lighter 

Number XC 36 XC 42 XC 52 

Shipping Weight approximately lbs. 1500 1600 1800 

Length Cutting Blades inches 36 42 52 

Depth Gap in Housings hushes 18 18 18 

Length Front Arms inches 26j^ 26^ 26^ 

Length Rear Gauge Arms . .'.inches 24 24 24 

Width Bed inches 14 14 14 

Shipped regularly On Skids On Skids on skids 

Note^Furnished with hold-down attachment, side shelf, slitting 
gauge, one pair front arms and complete gauge equipment. Cutting 
blades run about one inch over size listed. 

General Description 
These new patterns embody every improvement for a well-balanced, 
easy -operating shears. Housings (A) and (B) have a gap of 18 inches 
for permitting the cutting of sheets from Y^ inch to the full depth of 
the gap in housings. The slitting gauge (C) facilitates the slitting of 
sheets of longer length than the cutting blades (D) and (E). The 
first cut made, the slitting gauge (C) secures proper alignment of the 
successive cuts. The treadle (F) is steel and extensible. The lever 
hold-down (G) presses the sheet with security for insuring an accurate 
and clean cut. Used as a regular squaring shears, they will cross-cut 
sheets at any point desired and of full width, according to the length 
of shears used. 



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PEXTO 

Squaring Shears (Continued) 

Nos. 121, 132, 137. Improved Squaring Shears 




1 



Capacity, No. 18 Gauge Iron and Lighter 

Number 121 132 137 

Shipping Weight. . . .approximate lbs. 375 540 650 

Length Cutting Blades inches 22 31 363^ 

No. 137 has hold-down attachment. 

General Description 

These new patterns are preferred over other shears owing 
to their extra wide bed plate. They are guaranteed to cut 
up to their full rated capacity and to give very excellent 
service. Pexto high-grade quality materials combined 
with thorough workmanship make them the most desirable 
medium weight Shears the market offers. 



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PEXTO 

Rotary Slitting Shears 



No. 255 




Capacity, No. 16 Gauge Iron and Lighter 

Number 255 

Shipping Weight approximately lbs. 325 

Diameter Cutters inches 3}& 

Depth Cutting Head to Gauge inches 18 

Depth Cutting Head to Frame inches 19 

Size Table \ inches 20x8 

Shipped crated regularly 

For Power with T and L Pulley specify No. 260. 

These Shears will prove a time saver in any shop. They permit 
the most rapid means for slitting iron used in cornice, furnace, blow- 
pipe, ventilation work, etc. They may be utilized for conveniently 
cutting large irregular curves and circles when following a scribed line 
in a fraction of the time it takes to do the work with snips or bench 
shears. The Cutters are made from a special high-grade tool steel, 
properly hardened and tempered and have two Cutting Edges, making 
them reversible. The Crank is adjustable to different leverages. 
Bearings (A) are adjustable to take up wear of the Cutters, and the 
Cutting Head (B) is of compact construction and is mounted on 
heavy, cast iron legs. A desirable substitute for the 8-foot Squaring 
Shears where floor space is limited. 



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Slitting Shears 

No. 253 

Eccentric Lever Shears 



The eccentric cutting de- 
vice requires little effort to 
cut sheet metal up to its full 
rated Capacity. 

Length of Blade, 3^ in. 

Length over all, 18 in. 

Capacity, Iron or Steel }{q 
inch and lighter. 





Slitting Shears 



Capacity — No. 10 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 

Will cut Bar Iron J i x 1 l A inches 

No. R0296 will cut Rods up to l /i inch diameter 



0296 Plain R0296 with 
Number Rod Cutter 

Shipping Weight approximately lbs. 185 190 

Length Cutting Blades 10 10 

Length Gauge Rod 141^ 141^ 

Shipped boxed regularly 

Note— No. 0296 is a Plain Slitting Shears; No. R0296 is the same as 
No. 0296, but is fitted with a serviceable and very practical Rod Cut- 
ting Attachment. 

General Description 

These Shears are recommended for the Slitting of Sheets, length or 
or crosswise, with ease up to their full rated capacity. They are 
patterned so as to allow sheets to pass freely, and proportioned so as 
to obtain the greatest strength and durability. They are furnished 
with or without Rod Cutting Attachment. 

It must be remembered that the service a Lever Shears will give 
depends greatly on the care exercised in keeping up the adjustments 
provided for the Blades and in keeping the Blades sharp. 



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Chicago Steel Slitting Shears 




Easiest Operated and Most Durable Hand Bench Shears 

on the Market 

Indispensable for slitting sheet steel and for cutting steel bars, 
band iron, brake band lining, belting, etc. 

Pressed Steel Construction. Shear blades made of highest grade 
crucible steel. Equipped with adjustable hold-down. All parts 

interchangeable . 

Capacity 3-16 in. by 2 inch bars — 10 gauge sheets. Weight 22 lbs. 



List of Parts 

1. Body $6.75 

2. Handle 1.25 

3. Hold-Down 30 

4. Side Arm 75 

5. Upper Shear Blade 2.00 

6. Lower Shear Blade 1 . 00 

7. Upper Blade Bolts (each) 25 

8. Lower Blade Bolts (each) 05 

Cutting edge both blades 4j/£ inches. 

Prices are net, F. O. B. Chicago. Please order by name. 

% thick, 7 inches long. Lower Blade 5-16 thick, 4^2 inches long. 



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PEXTO 



Southington 
Long-Length Squaring Shears 

No. YB-96 




Capacity, No. 18 Gauge Iron and Lighter 



Southington Long-Length Squaring Shears No. YB-96 

Capacity No. 18 gauge iron and lighter 

Number YB-96 

Length for sheets width inches 96 

Width of Bed Plate inches 16 

Length of Rear Gauge inches 96 

Length of Rear Gauge Arms. inches 32 

Movement of Rear Gauge inches to 20 

Length of Front Gauge Arms inches 28)^ 

Shipping Weight approx. lbs. 3050 

Shipped on skids regularly. 

Note — Furnished with hold-down attachment, one pair of long front 
arms and complete screw gauge equipment. 



General Description 

The trained eye of the sheet metal mechanic will see in these new 
patterns something different and as including many valuable features 
that heretofore have been lacking in long-length Squaring Shears. 
A rear gauge moving by means of long screws and bevel bears is not 
new but this is the first shears of its kind ever introduced where ad- 
justment of a rear screw gauge is made from the front of the machine 
through simply turning a hand wheel as seen at the right of machine 
in cut. The hold-down attachment is actuated by means of an eccen- 
tric and through conveniently placed hand levers. This type of 
hold-down attachment finds its movement by hand and is independent 
of the movement of the gate which holds the upper cutting knife 
and may be depended upon as positive. The treadle is of steel and 
extensible with the tread so arranged to prevent operation of treadle 
at the extreme end of the shears, thereby eliminating any possible 
twisting of the gate when cutting heavy sheets as can easily occur on 
long shears when applying the old idea of running the tread full 
length of machine. 

It will cut up to its full rated capacity full length and with the least 
exertion as long as the cutting blades are kept in good condition and 
well oiled. 

A shears that is in a class by itself— IT HAS NO EQUAL. 



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PEXTO 



Combination Slitting Shears 




Capacity — £f 6 inch iron and lighter for slitting. 
Capacity — V± inch for trimming. 
Capacity — Bar iron ${ & x 2 inches. 
Capacity— Rods % inch diameter and smaller. 

Number Plain Slitting 

Length Cutting Blades inches A l A 

Length Gauge Rod inches 14^ 

Shipped crated regularly weight approx. lbs. 250 

Note— No. 325 is a Plain Slitting Shears. Disc "A" in the cut is a rod 
cutting attachment. Disc "A" while standard is not furnished unless 
specified and where orders do not mention this attachment the plain Slitting 
shears will be sent. Attachment "A" if not ordered with the machine can 
be furnished at later date as the same is interchangeable with this pattern 
of Slitting shears. 

General Description 

A Common Sense Slitting Shears is represented in these patterns. Aside 
from its slitting advantages it is the only shears of its kind where an attach- 
ment may be ordered with the machine or ordered later when needed for 
cutting rods. The attachment is self contained for the cutting it is designed 
for and is interchangeable. An easy working principle for all shearing up 
to the full rated capacity of the machine is contained in a lever eccentric 
operating a slide to which the upper blade is attached. A recognized 
feature is in that the frame is so designed for freely passing large sheets in 
slitting. When running off a line while shearing provisions are allowed for 
shifting the sheet from left to right for placing the cutting blade again in 
direct line with cut desired. With these shears there can be no wedging of 
the iron as a hold-down is provided and the design of the frame allows the 
sheet to pass without obstruction. 

Photographic prints of most all machines in these pages are available and 
free for the asking. 



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PEXTO 

Waugh's Circular Shears 




No. 278 Capacity — No. 22 Gauge Iron and Lighter, 
No. 280 Capacity — No. 18 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 



Number 

Diameter Cutters inches 

Diameter Rubber Covered Clamping Discs inches 

Depth Cutting Head to Gauge inches 

Depth Cutting Head to Frame inches 

Depth Circle Arm inches 

Will circle from square blanks inches 

Shipped boxed regularly. . .weight approx. lbs. 



3^ 


sy 2 


2 


2% 


9M 


9H 


10J4 


ioH 


16J* 


22J4 


2Y A to 22 


3 to 31 


140 


300 



PEXTO 

Ring and Circular Shears 

Nos. 298-299 

Capacity No. 20 Gauge Iron and Lighter 




Number 298 299 

Will cut circle from square blanks .... inches 3 yi to 22 3^{to42}4 
Will cut rings small as (inside diam.) . inches 3^ 3 A /i 

Will cut rings large as (outside diam.) inches 22 423^ 

This improved pattern is very useful for cutting circles or internal 
rings and irregular curves. 



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Arrow Bar Folder 



Patent Applied for 




Capacity— ${ 6 inch Locks on No. 22 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 

Capacity — l A inch Locks on No. 24 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 

Capacity— 3-32 inch Locks on No. XX Tin. 

Number 

Length for Sheets, width inches 

Will form Closed and Open Locks . . inches 

Will form Open Locks to receive a Wire up to inches 

Shipped boxed regularly approximate weight, lbs. 



62 


63 


20 


30 


Yitoi 


J^tol 


M 


H 


140 


220 



General Description 



These improved patterns represent the last word in Bar Folder construction. Intended 
for forming the edges of sheet metal at various angles. They will produce closed locks as 
well as open or round locks for inserting a wire in the flatsheet. 

The designing makes for proper proportionment of the Folding Bar. Where speed and 
great durability are essential, especially in tinware and other light manufacturing, these 
patterns will prove superior over any other makes. 

Open or round locks for wiring are made by raising the Folding Bar (CC) at right angle. 
The Wind (DD) is then adjusted for the size of wire to be used through the setting of Wedge 
(FF) that moves to left and right on Folding Bar. An improvement, consisting of a Pin 
in the frame, prevents the dropping of the Wing below the Gripping Jaw, the Wing (DD) 
dropping in a proper position automatically in the process of folding, producing accurate 
and uniform round locks. This improved adjustment permits for more rapid execution, 
the blanks sliding more easily between the Gripping Jaw and Folding Plate without ob- 
struction. 

Gauge (GG) is adjustable, moved by a screw and is adjusted by turning Gauge Knob 
(G). The width to which the Gauge is adjusted is indicated on a graduated Brass Plate, 
and after set is firmly secured through Lock Screw (OO). Gauge is so designed that it 
cannot twist insuring accurate lock forming. The life of this gauge is longer than used in 
any other Folder. The Gauge feature is a Pexto innovation. 

Adjustable Stop (A) is provided to permit the forming of any desired angle, in addition 
to regular Square and Bevel Stops (KK-PP), 

A Gripping Jaw clamps the material securely while the bending takes place, guaranteeing 
the forming of square joints or angles, narrow or wide locks of uniform widths the entire 
length. 






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Bar Folding Machines (Continued) 

Nos. 055 and 058 

Capacity 5-16 inch Locks on No. 20 Gauge Iron and Lighter 
Capacity 3-16 inch Locks on No. 22 Gauge Iron and Lighter 

Number 055 058 

Shipping Weight approximately lbs. 365 415 

Length inches 37 42 

Will form Closed and Open Locks inches }/% to 1 J/g to 1 M> 

Shipped boxed regularly 

Note — Furnished regularly with Counter Balance. 



Square and Rectangular Box and 
Pipe Former 




Capacity — No. 26 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 

Number 433 

Length for work, width inches 30 

Smallest Square Pipe that can be formed inches 3 

Shipped boxed regularly weight approx. lbs. 90 

Note — Furnished complete with Gauge equipment. 

General Description 

A machine of simple construction for forming the bodies of Square and Oblong 
Cans, Heater Pipe, Boxes, etc., with either lapped or locked side seams. A depression 
of the Foot Treadle clamps the material. The Folding Bar is brought up and the 
bend made. The work forms around the Clamping Bar. Sheets can be formed at 
right angles or less. 

All parts are smoothly and accurately machined and finished, well proportioned 
to their size and for the work they are intended to do. 



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Bench Folders and Brakes 



Nos. 696 and 597 




Capacity, No. 20 Gauge Iron and Lighter 

Will form 5-16 to 1 inch Locks on Heavy Iron 

Will form 3-16 inch Locks on Light Material. 
Number 696 697 

Shipping Weight approximately lbs. 430 500 

Length inches 36 42 

Shipped Boxed Regularly 

Note — Furnished regularly with Folding Blade for sharp or closed locks and 
Adjustable Front and Rear Gauges. Extra Blades for forming open or wire 
locks can be furnished at an extra cost. 

General Description 

With these new Bench Combination Folder and Brake Patterns a variety of 
Folding operations are possible. Like the regular Floor Brake, the Jaws allow 
for the forming of any size of angle, the sheet remaining stationary while the fold- 
ing takes place. It will form edges for lock seams with a nicety. Fitted with 
Adjustable Gauges, the scribing of sheets before each bend is not necessary. 

The Clamping Bar (A) can be adjusted for great clearance above the Bed (B) 
from 1 to 3 inches. This is effected by turning knobs (C). By turning the 
crank (D) the Bar (A) is lowered 1 inch. The sheet placed between the Jaws 
to be edged or folded is securely clamped with a turn of Crank (D). The Folding 
Bar (E) is of solid steel and so proportioned that its upper edge is only J^g-inch 
wide for permitting the forming of very narrow locks and angles. It is adjust- 
able up and down for forming open locks for wiring with not more than 3^-inch 
radius, but a special Folding Blade to substitute for the Blade (F), as fitted regu- 
larly, for sharp locks, is recommended in order to secure the best results. Fold- 
ing Blade (F) can be readily removed to allow substituting others of different 
shapes. 

Rear Gauge, adjustable from 34 to 10 inches, is provided and can be easily 
removed when not needed. 

Front Gauges, that are adjustable from Jf 6 to M inch, are also provided. These 
Gauges are attached to Folding Bar (E). 

Pins (H) can be adjusted for stopping the Folding Bar (E) to form different 
angles. 

Sharp or closed locks for lock seams can be formed from ^{g to 1 inch on heavy 
stock, and as small as %g inch on light material. With the proper Special 
Rounded Blades, a wide range of wire locks can be formed. 

A Combination Folder that will never stand idle in the active shop. 



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PEXTO 

Open Throat Folder 



No. 90 




Capacity No. 22 Gauge Iron and Lighter 

This is a high grade folder with an extremely wide range 
of usefulness and works upon the same principle as Cornice 
Brakes. 

They are adapted for forming both single and double 
locks, straight or tapering. As regularly made the treadle 
rod is adapted to a bench 33 inches in height. 

Number 90 

Length . inches square 30 

Will form locks from inches square H% to l^f 6 

Will form square pipe inches x /i to 1 J 4 

Clamping Jaws open ] 2 

Shipping weight 225 lbs. 



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PEXTO 

Iron Bottom Sheet Iron Folders 



No. 2 




Capacity No. 22 Gauge Iron and Lighter 

Number 2 

Length inches 30 

Will form locks inches 21 6 to % 

Shipping weight 30 lbs. 



Champion Sheet Iron Folder 

Nos. 11-13 
Capacity No. 22 Gauge Iron and Lighter 




Number 11 13 

Length inches 32 42 

Will form locks inches % 6 to 7 /{e x /i to Y% 

Shipping weight 100 lbs. 200 lbs. 

We recommend these machines for folding the edges of 
straight sheets and as highly adaptable for forming locks on 
pipe after the blank has been rolled into a cylinder on the 
forming machine. Fitted with adjustable gauge. 



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PEXTO 

Forming Machines 



Slip Roll 




open 



Number 382 381 0381 390 

Shipping Weight approximately lbs. 165 180 200 350 

Length Rolls inches 31 37 43 37 

Diameter Rolls . . inches 2 2 2 2 l /z 

Gripping Rolls open inches Y x /i Yi Yi 

Price 

Shipped boxed regularly. 

Note — In these Formers, Gripping Rolls (A) and (B) have an ex- 
treme clearance of Yi inch. Grooves cut in rolls are intended to allow 
work with a wire to be formed. Tight Pulley, or Tight and Loose 
Pulleys and iron Floor Legs can be fitted when so ordered. No. 
390 are Back Geared and have Rolls 23^ inches in diameter with a 
ratio of gearing 2 to 1 . 

General Description 

New Original Pexto Features are embodied in these Forming Ma- 
chine Patterns that place them in a class by themselves. They are 
greatly improved over our old Slip Roll Pattern Forming Machines 
and those which the present market offers. A careful study of the 
illustration shows the time and steps saved through being able to 
perform all operations at one end of the machine, the convenient end 
where the crank is fitted. Without necessitating the changing of 
positions the sheet to be formed is placed between the Gripping Rolls 
(A) and (B). The cylinder formed, open Latch (C), then by means of 
Lever (D) raise Upper Gripping Roll (A) and slip the formed cylinder 
from the Roll (A). It will be readily seen that all operations are per- 
formed at the crank end of the machine — a Pexto innovation that 
can be well appreciated by the mechanic who has operated the old 
pattern Slip Roll Former. Rolls (B) and (E) are adjusted with 
knurled Screws, and once adjusted they cannot slip. The Gears (F) 
are steel, machine cut, running more smoothly than cast iron gears 
without danger of slipping or breaking with whatever thickness of 
metal is used. 

The Roll Raising Mechanism in these machines is so balanced that 
the Roll (A) is easily lifted with a slight pressure on the Lever (D). 
The Latch (C) is released and closed with one movement, and is 
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Compensating Gear Formers 



Solid Housings 




Capacity— No. 22 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 

Number 373 372 

Length Rolls for Sheets, width inches 30 36 

Diameter Rolls inches 2 2 

Shipped boxed regularly weight approx. lbs. 140 160 

Note — Grooves cut in Rolls are intended to allow work with a wire to be formed, 
should only be formed between the grooves cut for that purpose. 



0372 

42 

2 

175 

Wire 



General Description 

These Formers have Solid Housings and are fitted with machine cut Steel Compensating 
Gears. Gears to run smoothly should mesh constantly to a certain depth. In these 
Formers the gears on the Gripping Rolls do not mesh with each other, but with two extra 
gears fitted to the frame when the Gripping Rolls are moved the mesh of the gearing is 
unchanged. This insures uniformity of action and durability for the Gears, they running 
more smoothly than cast iron cogs, without danger of slipping or breaking with whatever 
thickness of metal is used. There is nothing to risk or lose if these patterns are insisted 
upon— avoid substitution. 



Plain Formers 

Solid Housings 

Capacity — -No. 22 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 

These Formers are the same as the above but have two cast iron Gears fitted to the 
Rolls. For the little difference in price we recommend the use of the Compensating Gear 
Former. 

Number 357 355 356 

Length Rolls for Sheets, width inches 30 36 42 

Diameter Rolls inches 2 2 2 

Shipped boxed regularly weight approx. lbs. 140 160 177 



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Rapid Groover 




J D 

Capacity— No. 24 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 

Number 5Ig 

Will Groove Work Length inches 30 

Diameter of Smallest Pipe that can be Grooved inches 2 

Shipped boxed regularly weight approx. lbs. 200 

Note— Rolls are furnished, one each with }£, % f % inch grooves and one Flattening Roll. 

General Description 

The best machine of its kind for grooving the longitudinal seams in stove pipe and other 
sheet metal cylinders. It differs from the ordinary Groover in that it is more rapid, the 
operator standing in front of the machine does not have to change his position when 
inserting and removing work and operating the machine. Adjustable Stop (C) on Upper 
Bar stops the Traveling Carriage at any desired point to suit length of work. Adjustable 
Stop (D) on Lower Bar prevents work from slipping while being grooved. Spring (E) 
holds Latch (J) out of the operator's way while work is removed and inserted in the machine. 

Lower Horn (F) is reversible, so that either the flat surface or one of the grooves which 
is planed into the Horn can be turned upward, permitting for the locating of seams on the 
inside or the outside of the work. The seam is put on the inside of work by means of 
Flat Roll which presses the seam into one of the grooves planed into the Horn. Outside 
grooving is done in the usual manner by using the Grooved Roll and flat surface of Horn. 
The Traveling Carriage (A) has two Rolls, one for Grooving (G), and one for Flattening 
(H) the seam at the same operation. 

The Grooving Carriage (A) is so arranged that the Flattening Roll (H) runs idle on the 
outward run and the Grooving Roll (G) idle on the backward run. The two Rolls do not 
press the seam at the same time therefore easy grooving is assured. The Carriage Bar and 
Grooving Horn is steel. 



Security Stove Pipe Groover 




Capacity — No. 24 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 

Number ,- 21 

Will Groove Work Length inches 24 

Diameter Smallest Pipe that can be Grooved inches 2 

Shipped boxed regularly weight approx. lbs. 185 

Note— Furnished with three Grooving Rolls, viz.: J^, %, % inches and one Flattening 
Roll. 



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Columbian Bench Machines 

Pexto Columbian Bench Machines are so popular, making a lengthy 
description unnecessary. They are made from the best materials pro- 
curable, all parts are fully machined, gauges and rolls are scientifically 
hardened. They have long- wearing qualities as evidenced by the many 
unsolicited testimonials received from satisfied users — make your specifi- 
cations read Pexto Columbian— there is nothing to risk or lose. 





Burring Machine 

or 

(Thin Edge) 



Turning Machine 

or 

(Thick Edge) 




Wiring Machine 



Small Lge. Ex. Sml. Sm. Lge. Wiring 
Burr Burr Turn. Turn. Turn. Mch. 

Number 576 577 540 541 542 525 

Diameter Rolls inches 1% 2^ \ l / 2 2^6 3 3 

Widest flange or burr that can be turned . inches % 34 

Smallest wire that can be used Gauge No. 11 11 9 

Largest wire that can be used Gauge No. 7 7 4 

Shipping Weight approx. lbs. 21 25 22 25 31 31 

Packed one in a carton 

Note — Furnished complete with offset standard No. 975. Wiring Machine furnished 
with Standard No. 976. Extra upper roll furnished with Burring Machines and extra 
pair of thick turning rolls with Turning Machines. Forming Roll Gauge "A" furnished 
with Wiring Machines at an extra cost and only when specified. Foot treadle attachment 
for depressing upper roll in place of crank screw when specified can be furnished at an 
extra cost. 



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Turning, Wiring and Burring Machines 



Back Geared 




Turning Capacity — No. 18 Gauge Iron with \i or £{ 6 inch Wire 

No. 20 Gauge Iron with 2{ 6 inch Wire. 

With Burring or Wiring Rolls — No. 18 Gauge Iron. 

Turning Wiring Burring 
Number 0547 0548 0584 

Diameter Rolls inches 3)4 3)4 3)4 

"Ratio of Gearing 2 to 1 2 to 1 2 to 1 

Size Pulley inches 

Speed Pulley R. P. M. 

Smallest Diameter Wire that can be used . . . inches tV A A 

Largest Diameter Wire that can be used .... inches Ye ^e A 

Shipped boxed regularly approx. lbs. 130 130 130 

Will turn Flanges on Iron No. 20-22-24 Gauge up to 

inches ^ 

Note — Turning Machines are furnished with Turning Rolls for T \ inch 
Wire. On request we will substitute for )4 or -f\ inch Wire. Rolls are 
interchangeable. One Gauge will work with Turning and Burring Rolls. 
Extra Gauge needed for Wiring Rolls. Extra Heavy Standard No. 977 is 
furnished. 



General Description 

These Machines are made from heavy patterns, and with the proper 
Rolls and Gauges, they are suited for a variety of operations. Machine 
cut steel Connecting Gears are used and the driving Gears are cut from solid 
metal. Frames are extra heavy and the machine throughout is propor- 
tioned for giving the very best of good satisfaction up to the full rated 
capacity. 

Extra Attachments 

The above Machine can be made up for Power with Tight or Tight and 
Loose Pulleys or fitted with Hand or Treadle Friction Clutch mounted on 
Iron Floor Pedestal. Apron Gauge and Elbow Rolls can also be applied. 
State requirements clearly. 



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Setting Down Machines 



Nos. 561-562 





Number 561 562 

Capacity Gauge Iron and Lighter No. 24 18 

Ratio of Gearing . 2 to 1 

For seams up to inches % }/% 



Setting Down Machines 

Columbian Pattern Setting Down Machines 




Capacity No. 24 Gauge Iron and Lighter 
Number 
For seams up to inches 



556 



«6 



The inclinable face in Pexto Pattern Setting Down Machines Nos. 561-562 
adapts them for setting down the seams on differently shaped vessels to 
better advantage than any other design. Columbian Pattern No. 556 in- 
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Elbow Edging Machines 

No. 551 
Columbian Pattern Elbow Edging Machines 





Capacity No. 24 Gauge Iron and Lighter 
Number 551 

General Description 

Illustration "A" shows the position of an elbow in turning the edge, also 
the form of crease made by the machine to enter corresponding section in 
completing the elbow as made with rolls design No. 1. 

Illustration "B" shows the position of a pipe or elbow in forming the 
bead to receive the two sections as shown in illustration "A" and is made 
with the same rolls in design No. 1. 

Universal Collar Edging Rolls 




These rolls are designed to form a deep bead or flange of full % inch deep 
and if directions as accompany each pair of rolls are followed, they will not 
cut the metal. 

These rolls will fit Small Turning Machine No. 541 and Elbow Edging 
Machine No. 551. The collars are cut to the right size and run through the 
Collar Edging Rolls twice in the flat. The first operation makes about 
one-half the bead and the next operation the full bead. The collar is then 
formed up on the Forming Machine or rolls by using the deepest groove in 
the rolls of the Forming Machine. 



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Standard Beading Machines 




Capacity — No. 20 Gauge Iron and Lighter, 

Hand Hand 

Number 617 619 

Depth Throat to Frame inches 13 iy 2 

Depth Throat to Gauge inches 12 6% 

Distance between Shaft Centers inches 2 h /% 2 l /i 

Diameter Rolls inches 2^ 2^ 

Width Rolls inches lj| 1% 

Ratio of Gearing 3}4 to 1 2}^ to 1 

Size Single Bead in Rolls inches % A 

Size Ogee Bead in Rolls inches 1 J/g 

Size Triple Bead in Rolls inches 1 % 

Shipped boxed regularly weight approx. lbs. 165 110 

Note — Standard No. 978 is furnished regularly. Three pairs Beading 
Rolls are included. Straight Crimping Rolls can be furnished at extra cost. 
A Guide Rest for supporting long work can be furnished at extra cost. For 
power furnished more regularly with Tight Pulley but can be arranged with 
Tight and Loose Pulleys or Treadle Friction Clutch. Recommended to 
be mounted on iron floor pedestal when arranged for power. 



Light Beading Machine 




Capacity — No. 24 Gauge Iron and Lighter, 
Number 620 

Depth Throat to Frame inches 6}4 

Depth Throat to Gauge inches 53^ 

Diameter of Rolls inches 1 1 %6 

Width of Rolls inches ljf 6 

Distance between Shaft Centers inches 1% 

Shipped boxed regularly. . weight approx. lbs. 50 

Note — Furnished with four pairs Rolls; one pair each Ogee % inch, 
triple % inch, single x /i inch and xe inch. Improved Standard No. 975 
is furnished. Straight Crimping Rolls can be furnished at extra cost. 



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Common Sense Combination Crimping 
and Beading Machine 





Crimper and Deader 



As a Plain Crimper 



Capacity No. 24 Gauge Iron and Lighter 

Spiral Straight 

Crimp Crimp 

Number 581 0581 

Width crimping rolls inches 1 % 1 % 

Width beading rolls inches 1 1 

Diameter beading rolls inches l 1 /^ ^^{g 

Diameter crimping rolls inches 1 1 ^{g 1*%6 

Size ogee bead inches Yi x /i 

Shipped boxed regularly approximately lbs. 30 30 

Note — Furnished complete with one pair of steel blank collars and 
off-set bench standard. 

General Description 

A common-sense, direct -acting, Crimping and Beading Machine 
recently made from new patterns. It fills a long-felt want for a 
compact, well-constructed, simple but durable machine that may be 
depended upon to perform with precision and accuracy for making a 
uniform crimp and bead or crimp only in pipe of black or galvanized 
iron. 

It has been designed for serving every requirement of the large or 
the small sheet metal shop and will prove an inexpensive, desirable 
addition to the stove pipe department of the hardware store. 

Beading and crimping rolls are countersunk and are held with 
round nuts which leaves the face of the rolls flush with the arbors. 
A pair of steel blank collars accompany each machine and when these 
collars are substituted for the beading rolls the same machine is con- 
verted into a plain Cornice Makers' Crimper. 

Adjustment at "B" is fixed at the factory to prevent the upper 
gear running out of mesh and the adjustment under "A" is for setting 
the upper arbor. However, these adjustments are not to be tam- 
pered with inasmuch as the machine is correctly set and made ready 
for use at the factory. 



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Allinwon Rotary Machine 



Five Operations with One Machine 




BEADING - WIRING -6URWNG 



Capacity — Using crimping or beading rolls No. 26 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 
Capacity — Using Turning, Wiring or Burring Rolls No. 24 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 



Number g22 

Depth Throat to Frame inches 6 x /i 

Depth Throat to Gauge inches 5}4 

Width Crimping Rolls : . inches ljf 6 

Width Beading Rolls inches 1% 6 

Diam. Turning and Wiring Rolls inches 1% 

Smallest Wire that can be used with Turning Rolls gauge 11 

Wiring Rolls will receive wire up to gauge 5 

Widest flange or burr that can be turned with Burring Rolls inches %6 

Distance between shaft centers inches V/% 

Packed one in a box weight approx. lbs. 60 

Note — Furnished complete with standard and five pairs of rolls, viz.; 

crimping, beading, turning, wiring, and burring and one extra gauge. 
Extra special rolls quoted on receipt of specifications. Provided with for- 
ward and reverse drive. 



General Description 

The introduction of this Combination Machine does not substitute the 
use of separate machines for different operations. For the active shop 
there is no economy found in one machine that will do the greatest number 
of operations. The changing of Rolls many times a day is a time killer. 
Where several mechanics are employed machines should be set up ready 
for use. 

However for the one man shop where a set of machines is idle a great 
part of the time a Combination Machine of this type will answer all purposes. 



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Interchangeable Crimper and Beader 






Geared Direct Drive As a Plain 

Crimper 

Capacity — No. 20 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 

Straight Spiral 

Crimp Rolls Crimp Rolls 
Number 0585 585 

Diameter Beading Rolls .inches 1 X M6 l x %6 

Diameter Crimping Rolls inches 1 1 %6 l x Me 

Width Crimp Rolls inches 1% 1% 

Width Bead Rolls inches 1 1 

Size Ogee Bead inches l A Yi 

Ratio Gearing 3 to 1 3 to 1 

Distance between Shaft Centers inches 1% 1% 

Shipped boxed regularly weight approx. lbs. 65 65 

Note — One pair Blank Rolls is furnished. Foot Treadle Attachment for 
depressing Upper Roll can be furnished at extra cost. For not heavier 
than No. 24 gauge. 



General Description 

A very practical feature is offered in the arrangement of the Driving 
Gears. Two speeds are provided for; back-geared for heavy stock and 
direct drive when lighter gauges of materials are used. The Driving Gear 
can be removed and the machine converted instantly into a Direct Acting 
Crimper by attaching the Crank to Lower Shaft. Connecting Gears are 
of Machine Cut Steel ; the frame and Cap machined to insure pe rfect fit of 
all working parts for accurate and uniform work. Rolls are made of a 
high-grade steel, scientifically hardened, and the Gauge is of extra wide 
proportions made from tool steel properly hardened. Adjustments are 
provided for regulating the relative depth of Crimp and Bead. The ad- 
justments will be found in a Wedge between the rear bearings. This 
Wedge is adjusted by Wing Nuts in front and back of frame near handle 
end. The Upper Shaft can be tipped toward front or back, as desired, 
thus making a deep crimp and shallow bead, or shallow crimp and deep 
bead. Faces of rolls are flush with their arbors. When the Blank Rolls as 
furnished are placed behind the Crimping Rolls a plain crimper is procured. 



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Companion Hand Pipe Crimper 



No. 788 




Capacity No. 26 Gauge Iron and Lighter 
Number 788 

Weight lbs. \% 

Length over all inches 8 

Price each 

Packed one in a box 



General Description 
A needed companion tool for the mechanic engaged in pipe making 
or hanging. In the shop, and particularly on outside jobs, no kit is 
complete without this handy tool. To crimp a piece of pipe with 
machine-like effect and precision simply slip the end of the pipe to be 
crimped between the crimping rolls. Close the rolls by pushing down 
lever as shown in sectional cut at "A." The sectional cut "B" gives 
another view of crimping rolls when closed. With an up-and-down 
movement of the handle "C" by means of a ratchet the rolls rotate, 
making a perfect crimp in the pipe. The depth of crimp is regulated 
through a simple adjustment of the screw at "D" in the sectional cut. 

A tool skillfully designed, well constructed, easy working, simple to 
operate and the first of its kind ever offered. 

A Pexto innovation for fulfilling a long-felt want of the Mechanic. 



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New Moore's Double Seamer 




Capacity — No. 26 Gauge Iron and Lighter. 

Number 644 646 

Will receive Work in Depth inches 153^ 10 

Size of Lower Seaming Roll inches 2% 2% 

Shipped boxed regularly weight approx. lbs. 100 65 



Improving Samson Punch with 
Adjustable Gauge 



Nos. 675-676 

General Description 

Pexto Samson Punches are designed for great strength 
and rigidity making them exceptionally useful machines 
for general work. The Deep Throat in these machines 
will be found a great advantage. The Dies and Punches 
as regularly made are intended for use on stock up to 
their full rated capacity but where clean punching in 
tin or light metal is desired a closer fitting Die is preferable 
which can be furnished when so ordered at the price of the 
regular Dies. Fitted with adjustable gauge. 




Number 675 676 

Will punch with stay bolts in place 
Iron gauge 

Will punch with stay bolts removed 
Iron gauge 

Depth of Throat to Frame inches 

Depth of Throat to Gauge inches 

Will center sheets with stay bolts in 
place, width inches 

Will center sheets with stay bolts re- 
moved width inches 30 30 



9 M-%-Y% hole in %" iron. 

12 K" hole in \i" iron, %-*/ % 
15 15 

7 7 



' holes in %" iron. 



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Notching Machine 

No. 737 
Capacity No. 22 Gauge Iron and Lighter 




Number 
Size of regular Dies. 



737 
1 x 2 in. 



An exceedingly well constructed pendulum lever Notching Machine, in- 
tended for notching blanks of pieced sheet metal ware, for cutting the 
corners of square pans and hinge notches of boxes and similar work. 



Adjustable Gutter Beader 

No. 700 







Number 

Length . . 



700 
31 inches 



General Description 
Gutter Beaders are intended for forming a bead on the edge of gutter. 
This Machine is so constructed that it can be easily adjusted to be used 
with Rods from % to ]/g inch in diameter. The thickness of the metal is 
determined by the size of the Rod. It has a Gauge or Stop on the left-hand 
end, so that after adjusting the Jaws and setting the Gauge for the size of 
the Rod to be used the Jaws can be easily opened to remove the work and 
Rod, and then closed to exactly the same position as when the bead was 
formed so that the operator can form any number of beads of exactly the 
same size. The Jaws are adjusted by a Hand Wheel with Rack and Pinion 
which adjusts both ends of the movable Jaw. When ordering specify size 
rod desired. 



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Steel Straight Edge 

Nos. 994-995 
■J 

These Straight Edges are made of steel and have beveled 
edges. They are invaluable around the shop for laying out 
work in general. 

Number 994 995 993 

Length inches 48 96 120 

Width inches 2^xM 2^xM W^ X A 

Solid Mandrel Stakes 

Cast Iron with Polished Faces 
Number 960^ 961 962 

Length to Standard inches 40 34^ 30 

Diameter inches 3 2% 2J4 

Hollow Mandrel Stakes 

No. 910 Series 
Number 910 911 

Entire Length inches 40 60 




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Beakhorn Stake 



Nos. 901-904 




Wrought Iron with Steel Faces 
Number 901 904 

Round End, Length . . . inches 16}4 14 

Flat End, Length inches 21}4 19 

Blow Horn Stake 

No. 925 




Wrought Iron with Steel Faces 

Number 925 

Large End, Length inches 9 

Small End, Length inches 18 



Creasing Stakes 





No. 927, with Horn No. 928, Plain 
Wrought Iron with Steel Faces. 

Number 927 928 

Size Grooves for Wire No. 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9 

Round End, Length inches 12 

Flat End, Length inches 6% 

Entire Length Top .inches 15 

Diameter Round End at Largest Point inches 1 x /i 

Diameter Round End at Smallest Point inches }{q 

Packed as ordered Weight, lbs. 12 11 x /% 



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Double Seaming Stake 



No. 949 




Cast Iron with Polished Faces 



Stakes 



Wrought Iron with Steel Faces 






Bevel Edge Square Stake Coppersmiths' Square Stake Square Stake 

Nos. 931-932 No. 935 Nos. 936-938-939 

Number 931 932 935 936 938 939 

Size of Face inches 3x5 2y 2 x4V 2 2^x4^ 2^x4^ 3^x5 1^x2^ 

Hatchet Stakes 

Wrought Iron with Steel Faces 

Number 941 943 944 

Length of Blade inches 16 13 11 

Cast Iron Bench Plates 

Nos, 980-981-982 

* Mm i3 * 

Number 980 198 982 

Length inches 48 37J^ 30 

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Slaters' Tools 




Hammer* 



Rippers 

No. 986 Regular 24^ inches, weight, 2 14-16 lbs 

No. 9863^ Short, made special to order 

Hammers 

No. 987 Regular, weight, 1% lbs 

No. 987^ Left Hand, net extra 

Stakes 

No. 988 Regular, weight, 2 2-16 lbs 

No. 9883^2 24 inches. 

Punch 

No. 989 - • 

General Description 
These tools used extensively in the laying and repairing of slate and other 
kinds of roofing are drop forged from the Highest Grade materials. The 
blade of the Ripper is drawn down very thin from tool steel having a 
forged handle. Hammers are made of solid forgings from crucible cast 
steel with properly tempered head, point and cutting edges. A Leather 
Handle that will not break or wear out easily, smoothly finished to fit the 
hand snugly is used on our Slater's Hammer. Stakes and Punches are 
forged from cast steel. 



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Squeezing Tongs with Pipe Handles 




Number 766 

Length of squeezing jaw, inches 11H 
Depth of squeezing jaw, inches J/g 



SQUEEZING 
No. 766 



Roofing Tongs 

Number 
7703^ 770% 771 771% 771^771% 772 
Will turn one size lock, inches — 

ih iy* m 2 



H % i 




REGULAR ROOFING TONGS 
No. 770/2 SERIES 




Stow's Improved Adjustable 
Roofing Tongs 

Will turn five widths of locks, inches 
Number 773 



STOWS IMPROVED TONGS 
No. 773 



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Gutter Tongs 




GUTTER TONGS 
No. 777 



Number 777 

Depth of Jaws inches 14 

Length of Blades inches 12)^ 

Double Roofing Seamers 

Nos. 742-742^-0742 
Burritt's Patent Roofing Double Seamers 

Number 742 742^ 0742 

Note^Nos. 742-742^ are fitted for I. C. Tin. No. 0742 is fitted for Iron 
Roofing not heavier than 28 gauge for single or double seam. Common gauge 
Seamers No. 742 follow 1 and lj^ inch Tongs finishing a lock % inch high. 
Wide gauge Seamers No. 742 J^ follow V/i and V/i inch Tongs finishing a lock 1 
inch high. Iron Roofing Double Seamers No. 0742 are made in wide gauge 
only and follow 1}4 and 1% inch Tongs finishing a double seam 1 inch high. 
Specify by number. Where Seamers are ordered in half sets, be sure to specify 
whether the first or second set of Seamers are desired. 

General Description 
Double Seamers for Tin Roofing 
Nos. 742-742 K 

These Roofing Double Seamers for Standing Lock will do 
the work more evenly than by any other process, and leave the 
formed lock of uniform height. They will work well over uneven 
roof boarding and will double seam hips and ridges with perfect 
ease. 

The first pair of Common -gauge Seamers finish 1 inch seam, 
single lock, and is numbered 7 on the Outside Bar and 8 on the 
Center Bar. 

The second pair of Common-gauge Seamers finishes z /i inch seam, double 
lock, and is numbered 9 on the Center Bar and 10 on the Outside Bar. 

The first pair of Wide-gauge Seamers, finishes seam 134 inch, single lock, and 
is numbered 5 on the Outside Bar and 3 on the Center Bar. 

The second pair Wide-gauge Seamers finishes seam 1 inch, double lock, and 
is numbered 4 on the Center Bar and 6 on the Outside Bar. 

Double Seamers for Iron Roofing 
No. 0742 

The first pair of Iron Roofing Seamers finishes seam 1^ inches, single lock, 
and is numbered 22 on the Outside Bar and 23 on the Center Bar. 

The Second pair of Iron Roofing Seamers finishes seam 1 inch, double lock, 
and is numbered 20 on the Outside Bar and 21 on the Center Bar. 




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Cross Lock Seamer 

Nos. 740-741 
Burritt's Patent Cross Lock Seamer 




Number 740 741 

For Roofing Plates, 

size, inches 20 28 

This machine is constructed 
for fastening together Tin 
Plates for roofing and forms 
the roll ready to lay on the 
roof, 

Operating directions are 
packed with each machine. 



Eave Trough End Closing Form 




Sizes %V% 4 4)4 5 6 

With the use of these Eave Trough End Closing Forms the ends of eave 
trough can be closed much neater and quicker than with any other method. The 
Form is placed in gutter and the iron is worked into grooves with a Hammer 
producing a corrugated, closed end in any eave trough on which the Forms are 
used, as shown in the illustration. 

A paper pattern showing how to cut end of trough and complete working 
instructions are packed with each Form. 



/\ 



Roofing Double Seamers 



Number 



No. 743 Series 
Hand Roofing Double Seamers 

743 744 



Sizes inches f^x 3i 

Match up with Roofing Tongs inches %xl 1 xl34 l/€ xl M ^}4 X ^H 



745 746 

ixi l xiH iMxiM 



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Wood Roofing Folders 




Roofing Folder Nos. 13C-23C-33C 




Roofing Folder 113 Imp. -123 Imp. 



Number 

Number inches 

Will form locks size inches 



13C 
20 

/l 6 



23C 
28 

He 



33C 

30 

5 



113 Imp 122 Imp 
20 30 



16 



He-h 



Ks-h 



Note— C after number signifies Common Type and fitted for one size lock 
only. Imp. after number signifies Improved Pattern with Adjustable Gauge. 

General Description 

The same care as is exercised in constructing other high priced Folding Ma- 
chines in the Pexto line is given to Wood Roofing Folders. They are different 
than the average Wood Roofing Folder on the market which is made in cheap 
construction to fit a common purpose. Pexto Wood Roofing Folders, while made 
for the same purpose, are constructed with well seasoned wood with blades fitted 
of a high-grade, special steel, accurately machined and finely finished. Hinges 
and Handles used are not of the cheap grade. They are constructed throughout 
in a workmanshiplike manner. 



Sheet Metal Reamer and Socket Wrench 



Socket Wrench 



Socket Wrench 



1 i inch Square Hole 




% inch Square Hole 



Number 

Length Tool Over All . 



. inches 



792 

7 



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PEXTO 

Jumbo Handy Seamer 



No. 795 




Number 795 

Weight, each \\y St 3 

Length of Blade . .'.'inches 6% 

Width of Blade i nche s 1% 6 

Size over all inc hes 10M 

Adjustable for seams of different widths up to inches 1 

Packed as ordered 

General Description 
The name Jumbo is derived from the difference in the size of this 
Handy Seamer over the one shown below. It is larger and heavier 
and patterned in keeping with the requirements of the roofer and for 
such work demanding a well balanced substantial tool of this kind. 
A knurled adjustable screw gauge with knurled lock nuts is provided. 



Handy Seamer 



No. 791 




Number 79 j 

Size over all inches 7>ix3^ 

Adjustable for seams inches % 6 to J4 

General Description 
A handy Pocket Seamer, very useful where a larger Seamer would 
not be practical. It is adjustable for seams of different widths and 
as it is light, it can be carried in tool kit or pocket making a handy tool 
for outside work. 



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PEXTO 

Hammers 



Riveting Hammer 
Polished Head, Hickory Handle 



Setting Hammer 
Polished Head, Hickory Handle 



Riveting Hammers 

Number 1 2 3 4 5 

For Heavy Work Sheet Iron Tin Tin Tin Tin 

Size of Face . . . inches l l / 2 V/ % 1 7 A % % 



Number 

Size of Face . 



Setting Hammers 

1 

inches V/% 



General Description 
Pexto Setting and Riveting Hammers are forged from the 
highest grade crucible steel, are carefully tempered and hardened 
and thoroughly tested. The heads are full polished and handles 
are made of selected second growth hickory. These Hammers 
are of correct design for Sheet Metal Workers' use and have 
withstood the test for years in the hands of mechanics who have 
come to know that the quality is always the same. 




Mallets 



Sizes 2Y2 an d 2 inches. We 
furnish these Mallets from the 
best seasoned wood either 
Hickory or Dogwood. 




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PEXTO 



Tinners' Roofing and Plumbers' Scrapers 




Roofing Scraper No. 996 

These Scrapers are forged from the highest grade of steel, are well tem- 
pered, finely finished and in all respects are perfect tools. 



Plumbers' Scrapers 





The style and finish of these Scrapers are in keeping with present-day 
requirements and will prove practical for general use. 



Raising Hammers 




Raising Hammers, Handled 



Number 
Weight ..... 
Size of Faces . 



12 3 4 

.eachoz. 82 60 36 28 

..inches 2^x1^ 2x1^ !%*!% W^V\ 



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PEXTO 

Bumping or Finishing Hammer 



No. 10 




Weight without Handle 14 ounces 

Size of Square Face, V/i inches. Diameter of Round 
Face, 1}4 inches. Length of Head, 4 inches. Length over 
all, 12^2 inches. 

Drop Forged from one piece solid Tool Steel with Highly 
Polished Faces. A desirable finishing hammer is offered in 
this pattern. It is well adapted for Raising on Planished 
Metals. Black finish. Selected second growth hickory 
handles. 



Grooving Tools 




Hand Groover 

Number 0000 000 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

Size of Groovs, inches., ft ttXKXttft'AAKA* 

General Description 
Pexto Hand Groovers are forged from a special, tough, 
high-grade steel, scientifically hardened Heads are highly 
polished. They are known the country over as being of the 
highest grade of excellence and the Tinsmith or Sheet Metal 
Worker who does not use them in preference to all others is 
the exception and not the rule. 



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PEXTO 

Rivet Sets and Headers 




No. 46 Tinners' Special Forged Steel Rivet Sets 
Gum Metal Finish 



Size 00 1 

Size of Hole, ins % A Jf 

Drill Ga. No % A if 

For Iron Rivets, lbs. 14 10-12 7-8 
For Copper Rivets Nos. 



For Copper Rivets, ins. 



l A A 



2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


.2130 


.1910 


.1660 


.1495 


.1405 


.1285 


.1100 


3 


11 


19 


25 


28 


30 


35 


6 


4-5 


2J-2-3 


1X-2 


1>4 


i-iM 


10-12 oz 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


13 


14 


% 


5 

12 


A 


?S 


7 


.t 2 


A 



General Description 
These Sets forged from a high quality steel are made with a 
view to satisfactorily filling the requirements of hard service. 
They embody not only the best materials but the highest grade 
workmanship. Highly adapted for workers in sheet iron, cop- 
per, brass, etc. 

Cold Chisels 

No. 100 



| -■/-' € EB> 

Octagon Pattern — Blade and Head Polished 

Number 100 

Width Blade inches XMHHMHHJ41 *J S 

Diameter inches H % % % l A % % % 1 l/'s 

Length inches 5Ji 5^ $U 6 6 6% W% 7M 8 W* 

Weight per dozen ..lbs. % \V 2 2, 3 3}4 7 10 18 20 25 

Packed one dozen in a box, Y /± to 1$, inclusive 



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PEXTO 

Hollow Punches 




Forged Steel 

Price, all sizes to and including 1% inch in 

diameter per inch 

Price, sizes larger than l^inch up to and in- 
cluding V/i inches per inch 

NOTE — Hollow Punches ordered in 16th sizes will take the 
List of next size Larger Punches in 8ths. Example — H6 inch 
takes % inch List; %<$ takes Y% inch List, etc. Sizes V/2 inch and 
smaller are forged steel. Larger sizes have wrought shank. 

Sizes x /i to V/2 inch packed Y2 doz. in carton. Larger sizes 
packed as ordered. 

Punches 



Solid Punch Prick Punch 

Octagon Forged Steel Solid Punches 

Number Prick 123456 7 8 9 10 

Length, ins. 4^ 4% 4% A-A *A *A *A *A ^A *A *A 

Size of face, diam. ins. .280.250 .225 .213 .188 .168 .145 .128 .114 .093 

For Rivets lbs. 14 12 9-10 7-8 4-5-6 3-3^ 2-2A lli'lV^H H-J4-1 A~Vs 

Packed 1 doz. in a carton. 



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PEXTO 

Dividers 

No. 165 
Forged Steel— Nickel Plated— Hardened Point 




These Dividers are without question the finest and most attractive tools 
of their kind made. Forged from the highest grade of steel, the upper part 
of legs are perfectly square, the lower part having a long taper. Head is 
large, firm and symmetrical. Wings are knurled to hold special point 
which we put on thumb screw. All parts are highly polished and heavily 
nickel plated. Owing to their special hardened points, they are preferable 
over any others for the Sheet Metal Worker. 

Number 165 inches 6 7 8 10 12 15 18 24 

Weight per dozen lbs. 3}4 ^A ^A 1% 9 l A 14 20 35 

6, 7 and 8 inches in boxes of one dozen each. 
10 and 12 inches in boxes of x /i dozen each. 



Hand Dolly 



No. 947 



THICKNESS* \ INCHES 




New Number 
Code Word 



947 
Pextodolly 



Weight, each lbs. % l A 

Size Face ... inches 5x5^ 

Thickness of Head inches 1 ^{ 6 

Packed as Ordered 

General Description 
With the introduction of the Hand Dolly the sheet metal mechanic has 
found a profitable tool to aid his progress. The illustration will suggest 
uses for the Hand Dolly. As a support inside of tanks when seaming by 
hand the Dolly is invaluable. A variety of operations in general sheet 
metal working practice which cannot be handled to advantage over the 
regular bench Stake might be more economically effected with a Stake of 
this pattern. A desirable addition to equipment in the auto repair shop. 
Your set of Stakes is not complete without the Hand Dolly. Well balanced 
with snug fitting handle and PEXTO quality commends this tool to the 
practical worker. 



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PEXTO 

Cutting Nippers 




I © el 

With Interchangeable Cutters 
Number 13 45 

Weight per dozen lbs. 41^ 27*4 16% 9% 8% 

Width, Cutting Jaw inches 2 V/ 2 \ x /i l>f 6 1}{ 6 

Length inches 14 12 10 8 6 

Price each 

Packed Yi dozen in carton 



Round Nose Pliers 




Box Joint, Round Nose, Forged Steel 

Inches 3 3^4 4^5 5^6 7 8 

Weight in lbs. per dozen % 1 lj^ 2 2% 3 3% 6% 9 
No. 25— Blued Handles 
per dozen 

In boxes of One each. In cartons of Six each. One Gross in 
a case. Pliers can be furnished Nickel Plated to Order, at extra 
cost. 



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PEXTO 

Side Cutting Pliers 




Lap Joint 

The No. 40 Plier is a high grade Plier, forged from Crucible 
Steel, finish with Blued Handles. It is fully guaranteed. 

Inches 4 5 6 7 8 

Weight in lbs per dozen 2 2^ 5 6^ 10^2 

No. 40 — Blued Handles per dozen 

Flat Nose Pliers 




Box Joint, Flat Nose, Forged Steel 

Inches 3 3} 

Weight in lbs. per dozen . % 1 
No. 20 Blued Handles 
per dozen 



^4 4M 5 

IK 2 2% 



sy 2 6 

3 3M 



7 8 
6% 9 



Slip Joint Pliers 




The No. 5 Slip Joint Plier is one that is sure to meet with 
instant favor. Without a doubt, it is the most useful type of 
Pliers made. 

For the Automobilist, Mechanic, Plumber, about the house or 
store, the No. 5 Slip Joint Plier may be used anywhere for prac- 
tically everything. 

The Slip Joint type of design, permitting a wider opening of 
the burner jaws, is an aid to all-around use. 

Size in inches 6 8 10 

Weight in lbs per dozen 6 8 12 

No. 5 — Polished Head Blued Handles . . .per dozen 
No. 5 N. P. — Full Nickel Plated per dozen 



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Circumference Rule 




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Section of Rule, Entire Length, One Yard 

General Description 

A Steel Rule that will prove invaluable for laying out work in 
general. The cut is an exact representative so far as shown; its 
entire length is 36 inches. The upper line is the ordinary Rule 
graduated by eighths of an inch. The lower line shows at a 
glance the exact circumference of any cylinder by simply ascer- 
taining the diameter, i. e. a vessel 5 inches in diameter the Rule 
indicates to be 15^£ inches in circumference. The reverse side 
contains much useful information in large plain figures regarding 
the sizes of sixty different articles, such as cans, measures, 
pails, etc., with straight or flaring sides, flat or pitched top, 
liquid and dry measures in quarts, gallons and bushels. First is 
given the dimensions for vessels holding 1 to 5 gallons liquid 
measure; second, one-quarter to 2 bushels dry measure; third, 
pans with pitched tops 1 to 10 gallons; fourth, cans with flat top 
1 to 200 gallons; fifth, vessel holding 1 to 8 quarts and }4 bushel 
to 3 bushels dry measure. 

Number 101 Polished 107 Nickel Plated 



No. 01 Ring Scratch Awl Solid Steel 



This Scratch Awl is correct in design, forged from high-grade 
steel and has properly hardened point, making it the most de- 
sirable for the requirements of the Sheet Metal Worker. 



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New Rotatable Standard Ventilator 




Has a Sensitive Bearing 




Patented 

One of the most durable and efficient ventilators on the market. 
Has a sensitive bearing not affected by heat or cold and never 
requires lubrication. 

Size inches 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 16 

Each, Gal. Steel $2.20 $2.40 $2.60 $2.80 $3.20 $3.50 $4.20 $5.40 $7.50 $10.80 
Each, Gal. Ingot 2.70 2.90 3.10 3.40 3.80 4.20 5.00 6.50 9.00 13.00 

Larger Sizes Made to Order 
Discount per cent 



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York Ventilator 




This ventilator is designed to meet the demand for a good ventilator 
at a reasonable cost. It has been tested in the field of service for a number 
of years and we guarantee it to give satisfaction. 

Made from Galvanized Steel, Keystone, Toncan, Ingot or Copper. 



Size, Inches 


Gauge 


Capacity, Sq. In. 


List Price, Each 


8 


26 


51 


$6.50 


10 


26 


79 


7.50 


12 


24 


113 


9.00 


14 


24 


154 


10.50 


16 


24 


201 


12.00 


18 


24 


255 


13.00 


20 


22 


314 


14.00 


24 


22 


453 


16.00 


30 


22 


707 


24.00 


/ 36 


20 


1018 


31.00 



Discount . 



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Ventilators 

Cheapest and Best Ventilators Made 

For removing Heat and Odors from Factories, Stables, Paper 
Mills, Chemical Rooms, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Mills, Foun- 
dries, Engine, Round and Gas Houses, Depots, Halls and 
Hospitals. 





Style A (Round) 



Style B (Octagon) 



Made of Heavy Galvanized Iron 

No. 0—18 inch Base, 12 inch Drum, 5 ft. high 
No. 1—22 inch Base, 15 inch Drum, 6}4 ft. high 
No. 2—28 inch Base, 21 inch Drum, 8J^ ft. high 
No. 3—35 inch Base, 29 inch Drum, 11 ft. high 



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Louvre Ventilators 




Style C 
Square 



Style D 
Square 



Base Gauge Height 

18 in. 24 5 ft. 

24 in. 24 6Kft. 

30 in. 22 8 ft. 

36 in. 22 10 ft. 



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Conductor Heads 

Made of 

Galvanized Iron 





Style A 



Style B 




Style C 



Prices for Copper Quoted on Application. 
Different Styles Made to order. 



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Conductor Heads (Continued) 

Made of 

Galvanized Iron 





Style E 



Style F 




Style D 



Prices for Copper Quoted on Application. 
Different Styles Made to order. 



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Galvanized Iron Skylights 

With or Without Glass 

Any style or design. Frames made of Galvanized or Copper. 

Either plain, or wired glass. 

Our Skylights will not drip when properly applied, as provision 
is made for drainage of condensation. 

Frames made to fit on Wood Curb. 




No. 1 



Single Pitch — Is hinged when required and used as a scuttle. 
Wood Curb not furnished. 




No. 2 

Double Pitch — Without ventilation. 




No. 3 



Hipped Skylight— With York Ventilators. 



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Galvanized Iron Skylights (Continued) 




No. 4 



Illustrates a plain Hipped Skylight without Venti- 
lation. Curb should be level. 




No. 5 



Illustrates a Hipped Turret Skylight with glazed 
opening sash for ventilation. Sashes operated by 
gearing and rods from below especially adapted for 
large openings over stores and {work shops, where 
much ventilation is desired without obstruction of 
light. 

All styles Skylights made to order. Prices quoted 
on application. 



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Cornices 

The following illustrations are intended to convey an idea of 
the character of work we manufacture, and for parties to select 
from who may not have chosen or prepared special designs of 
their own. 

Tinners will often find it to their interest to handle our Cor- 
nices, as it will enable them to figure on work which would 
otherwise be impossible, making them good profits and helping 
to secure other work in their line. We guarantee all our work 
to be strictly first-class, and, at the prices quoted, bring the cost 
down to so close a margin as to place the tinner on the same 
footing as the fully equipped cornice maker. 



Belted Mouldings and Lintel Cornices 




Height, 4M i n -*> projection, 3}4 in.; Height, A x /i i n -J projection, 3^ in.i 
girt, 12 in. girt, 12 in. 




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No. 3 



No. 4 



Height, 4 in.; projection, $% in.; Height, 7 in.; projection, 5 in.; 
girt, 14 in. girt, 18 in. 



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Cornices (Continued) 

Made of Patent Leveled Galvanized Iron 

Directions for Ordering Cornice 

Be careful to give length of wall at foot of cornice. State 
kind of finish wanted at end, whether end blocks or return. 
State whether building is up and cornice to be attached from 
outside, or if it is in process of erection and cornice to be walled 
in, as a different construction is necessary. 

Unlike most manufacturers, we ship our cornice all complete 
in sections ready to set on building. Brackets, dentils and 
modillions are riveted and soldered to the cornice, and mould- 
ings run through solid. Cornice to be covered with same 
material as roof. If cornice is wanted shipped ' 'knocked 
down," price will be lower. 

All our Cornices are Guaranteed Best Workmanship 
and Material 




No. 13 



Height, 24 inches; projection, 14 inches 




No. 15 



Height, 26 inches; projection, 12 inches 



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Cornices (Continued) 

Made of Patent Leveled Galvanized Iron 





No. 16 



Height, 24 inches; projection, 10 inches 




No, 17 



Height, 36 inches; projection, 15 inches 




#p^^p^5^^ 



No. 18 



Height 

16 inches 
20 inches 
24 inches 



Projection 

8 inches 
10 inches 
12 inches 



Estimates Furnished on Special Drawings 

Circular Cornices 

We will be pleased to quote on circular cornices of all 
descriptions upon receipt of drawings. 



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Cornices (Continued) 

Made of Patent Leveled Galvanized Iron 




No. 19 



Height 

24 inches 
26 inches 
28 inches 
30 inches 
36 inches 



Projection 

12 inches 

13 inches 

14 inches 

15 inches 
18 inches 




No. 20 



Height, 40 inches; projection, 24 inches. Write for discounts 
























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30 inches high, 18 inch projection. Write for discounts 



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Lintel Cornices 




No. 7 No. 5 

Height, 7 in. ; projection, 4^ in. ; Height, 12 in. ; projection, %Y 2 in. ; 
girt, 16 in. girt, 20 in. 




No. 6 No. 10 

Height, 8 in.; projection, 6 in.; Height, 8 in.; projection, 6 in.; 
girt, 20 in. girt, 20 in. 




1 ^JM^^M^^^^MMi'M"^ 




No. 8 No. 9 

Height, 12 in.; projection, %% in.; Height, 12 in.; projection, 8 in.; 
girt, 20 in. girt, 20 in. 




No. 12 No. 11 

Height, 11 in.; projection, 7 in.; Height, 12 in.; projection, iy 2 in.; 
girt, 24 in. girt, 20 in. 



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I Ornamental Galvanized Iron Ridgings 



Made in 10 Foot Lengths 
No. 28 Gauge Galvanized Iron 






'mmssmmmmmm 




Height 

4% inches 
6 inches 

8 inches 

9 j/2 inches 



No. 1 
Apron 

2 3^ inches 
3J^ inches 
4 )^2 inches 
53^ inches 



Girt 

12 inches 
15 inches 
20 inches 
24 inches 




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No. 2 



Height 

4 Y2 inches 
6 inches 
8 inches 



Apron 

23^ inches 
3 inches 
43^ inches 



Girt 

12 inches 
15 inches 
20 inches 




Height 

634 inches 

8 inches 

10 inches 



No. 3 
Apron 

3 inches 

4 inches 
43^ inches 

Discount per cent 



Girt 

15 inches 
20 inches 
24 inches 



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Ornamental Galvanized Iron Ridgings (Continued) 



1 




Height 

4^ inches 
6 inches 
8 inches 



No. 4 
Apron 

2j^ inches 
3 inches 
43^2 inches 



Girt 

12 inches 
15 inches 
20 inches 




Height 

6 inches 

8 inches 

10 inches 



No. 5 



Apron 

3 inches 

4 inches 
43^2 inches 



Girt 

15 inches 
20 inches 
24 inches 






JSfift 




Height 

8 inches 

9^ inches 

12 inches 



43^ inches 
5 inches 
6^2 inches 



Girt 

20 inches 
24 inches 
30 inches 



Discount per cent 



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Ornamental Galvanized Iron Ridgings (Continued) 




No. 7 



Height of Cresting, 7 inches; Width of Apron, 3 inches 
No. 7 Finials, 10^ inches high 




No. 8 



Finial, 21 inches high . .Price each 

Cresting, 12 inches high Price, per foot 



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Ornamental Galvanized Iron Ridgings (Continued) 





:^^mwmw^m^m^W&^!>mm 



/ ^^rnm^mm^ 



No. 9 



No. 10 



Finial No. 9, Height, 10 inches Price each 

Block No. 10, Height, 5 inches Price each 




No. 11 



Height, 20 inches Price each 

Discount per cent 



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Window and Door Caps 




No. 20 








No. 21 



<&Z1*iT ****** ~f ■ '-a 




No. 22 



We will be pleased to quote prices on other styles and 
sizes on receipt of drawings and specifications. 



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Window and Door Caps (Continued) 




No. 23 









No. 24 




oOQ.C.'CC-c- ___i 



mm 



m^^ 




Wmt 



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No. 25 



We will be pleased to quote prices on other styles and 
sizes on receipt of drawings and specifications. 



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Square End Stock Watering and 
Storage Tanks 




Number 


Width Feet 


Height Feet 


Length Feet 


Capacity Gals. 


31 


2 


2 


4 


100 


32 


2 


2 


5 


126 


33 


2 


2 


6 


152 


34 


2 


2 


8 


202 


35 


2V 2 


2 


8 


262 


36 


3 


2 


8 


318 


37 


3 


2 


10 


397 


38 


4 


2 


8 


424 


39 


4 


2 


10 


530 



Galvanized Steel House Tanks 




This illustrates what we term our "House 
Tank Style" of construction. The sides and 
bottom are double seamed together, and all 
seams locked and securely soldered. The top 
is surrounded by heavy wire as shown by 
illustration. 

The following prices are based on House 
Tanks made of No. 20 Galvanized Steel 
which is extra heavy for the purpose and 
makes a tank very superior in every way to 
the common house tanks generally used. 



List No. 


Diameter Inches 


Height Inches 


Capacity Gals. 


40 


20 


20 


27 


41 


20 


24 


32 


42 


24 


24 


47 


43 


30 


24 


73 


44 


30 


30 


92 



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Round Bottom Troughs 

With Angle Iron Stands 






Cross Bars every 12 inches unless otherwise ordered. 



Poultry Troughs 






List 


Width 


Height 


Length 


Capacity 


List 


Number 


Inches 


Inches 


Feet 


Gals. 


Price 


46 


14 


7 


2 


6 


$3.50 


. 47 


14 


7 


3 


9 


4.00 


48 


14 


7 


4 


12 


4.50 


49 


14 


7 


6 


18 


5.25 


50 


14 


7 


5 


15 


4.65 


51 


14 


7 


8 


24 


6.25 


52 


14 


7 


10 


30 


7.80 


53 


20 


10 


8 


52 


7.75 


54 


20 


10 


10 


65 


9.00 


55 


23 


ny 2 


8 


72 


8.50 


56 


23 


ny 2 


10 


90 


9.50 


57 


26 


13 


8 


95 


9.80 


58 


26 


13 


10 


120 


12.00 


59 


32 


16 


8 


152 


12.25 


60 


32 


16 


10 


190 


14.25 


61 


36 


18 


8 


188 


14.50 


62 


36 


18 


10 


235 


16.50 


63 


42 


21 


8 


260 


17.50 


64 


42 


21 


10 


325 


19.00 


65 


48 


24 


8 


344 


18.85 


66 


48 


24 


10 


430 


22.00 




Width 
Inches 


Inside 
Depth 
Inches 


Outside 
Depth 
Inches 


Lengths 
Inches 


Price 


4 
6 

7 


2 

3 
3H 


3M 


30 
36 
36 


$ .75 

.90 

1.00 



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2> 



Galvanized Sap Pans 




Especially adapted for Sap Pans, Milk Troughs, Watering and Feed 
Troughs. Above illustration shows manner of construction, the sheet 
steel being turned up around edges to form sides and ends, and the top sur- 
rounded with angle steel or round iron. 



List 


Width 


Depth 


Length 


Capacity 


List 


Width 


Depth 


Length 


Capacity- 


No. 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Gals. 


No. 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Gals. 


6 


24 


6 


48 


27 


19 


28 


10 


76 


83 


7 


24 


6 


60 


34 


20 


28 


10 


96 


105 


8 


24 


6 


84 


48 


21 


12 


12 


48 


25 


9 


30 


6 


84 


60 


22 


12 


12 


72 


38 


10 


30 


6 


108 


70 


23 


12 


12 


96 


50 


11 


36 


6 


84 


72 


24 


12 


12 


120 


63 


12 


36 


6 


108 


93 


25 


18 


12 


72 


57 


13 


26 


8 


80 


65 


26 


18 


12 


96 


75 


14 


26 


8 


104 


85 


27 


24 


12 


48 


50— 


15 


32 


8 


80 


90 


28 


24 


12 


72 


7fi 


16 


32 


8 


104 


105 


29 j 


24 


12 


96 


100 


17 


22 


10 


76 


65 


30 


24 


12 


120 


125 


18 


22 | 


10 


96 


82 













Oil and Gasoline Tanks 




Our Oil and Gasoline Tanks are made 
of No. 20 Galvanized Steel and are 
braced and strengthened with channel 
steel. They are very strong and durable 
and will stand much hard usage. We 
place a screw cap opening in top to fill 
by and a faucet in the side near bottom 
to draw off contents. 



List 
No. 


Diam. 
Inches 


Height 
Inches 


Capacity 
Gals. 


1 


18 


30 


32 


2 


24 


30 


58 


3 


24 


36 


70 


4 


34 


30 


117 


5 


34 


36 


140 



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Finials 

Special Designs Furnished 




No. 1 

Height, 2 feet 



3*H0S5g 




No. 2 

Height, 2Y 2 feet 




No. 3 

Height, from 2 to 3)4 feet 




No. 4 

Height, 2 feet 



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Finials (Continued) 




No. 5 

Height, 20 inches 




No. 6 

Height, 20 inches 




No. 7 

Height, 3 feet 




No. 8 

Height, 3 feet 



State if Base is to be Round, Square or Octagonal 



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Finials (Continued) 








No. 9 



Height, 5% feet 



No. 10 

Height, 6% feet 





No. 11 

Height, 7K feet 



No. 12 

Height, 7 feet 



Always state measurement and Style of Base — whether 
Base is to be Square, Round or Octagonal, and give Pitch 
of Roof. Crating charged at cost. 



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Finials (Continued) 



><1 



d k 



^ r 




4 k 
^ w 



No. 13 

Height, 5K feet 




No. 14 

Height, 6% feet 



Always state measurement and Style of 
Base — whether Base is to be Square, 
Round or Octagonal, and give Pitch of 
Roof. Crating charged at cost. 




No. 15 

Height, 5 feet 



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Finials (Continued) 



No. 16 



Height, 5 feet 




No. 17 

Height, \\i feet 




No. 18 

Height, 2M feet 



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Finials (Continued) 




mm 




No. 19 

Height, Z]/ 2 feet 



No. 20 



Height, 4M feet 



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Finials (Continued) 




No. 21 
Height, 5 feet 

Discount per cent 



No. 24 



Height, 8 feet. Stem of Wrought 
Iron Pipe 

Discount per cent 



When ordering Finials, always state measurement and style 
of Base. Crating charged at cost. 



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Standard Fire Doors 







All Fire Doors are made to suit conditions required for 
each installation and can be placed on either one or two 
sides of the wall. 

All Doors made under the inspection of the Fire Under- 
writers' Association and labeled by them. 

Prices quoted upon application. 



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Tin and Sheet Iron Workers' 
Circumference Table 

To Increase a Given Diameter 

For J/g inch, add to its circumference, % and 3^54 
For }4 inch, add to its circumference, % and 3^2 
For 3^ inch, add to its circumference, l^ and 3le 
For 1 inch, add to its circumference, 3% 

The following measures do not allow for seams, which are different on sheet iron. 



Dia. 


Cir. 


Dia. 


Cir. 


Dia. 


Cir. 


Dia. 


Cir. 


Dia. 


Cir. 


X 


1%6 


6 


18% 


12 


37% 


18 


56% 


24', 


77% 


% 


1% 


% 


19% 


% 


38% 


% 


57% 


25 


78% 


% 


2% 


% 


20% 


% 


39% 


% 


58', 


% 


80% 6 


% 


2% 


% 


21% 


% 


40% 


% 


59 


26 


82 


1 


3% 


7 


22% 6 


13 


41 


19 


59% 


% 


83% 6 


X 


3% 


X 


22% 


% 


41% 


% 


60% 


27 


85% 


% 


4% 


X 


23% 


'2 


42% 6 


% 


61% 


% 


86% 


% 


5%e 


% 


24% 


% 


43% 6 


% 


62% 


28 


88% 


2 


6%6 


8 


25% 6 


14 


44% 


20 


63 


% 


89i% 6 


X 


7% 


% 


26 


% 


44% 


% 


63% 


29 


91% 


X 


7% 


x 


26% 


'2 


45% 


'2 


64% 6 


% 


92% 


% 


8% 


% 


27% 6 


% 


46% 


% 


65% 6 


30 


94', 


3 


9% 


9 


28% 6 


15 


47% 


21 


66% 


% 


96% 6 


% 


10% 


% 


29% 


% 


48 


% 


66% 


31 


97% 


X 


HKe 


X 


29% 


% 


48i% 6 


% 


67% 


/2 


98% 6 


X 


11% 


% 


30% 


% 


49% 6 


% 


68% 


32 


100% 


4 


12% 


10 


31% 6 


16 


50% 


22 


69% 


% 


101% 6 


X 


13% 


X 


32% 


% 


51% 


% 


70 


33 


103% 


H 


14% 6 


X 


33% 6 


% 


51% 


% 


70% 


% 


104Ji 6 


% 


14% 


% 


33% 


% 


52% 


% 


71%6 


34 


107 


5 


15% 


11 


34% 


17 


53% 


23 


72% 


% 


108% 6 


% 


16% 


X 


35% 


% 


54% 


% 


73% 


35 


109% 


X 


17%6 


X 


36% 6 


% 


55% 6 


% 


73% 


% 


110% 


% 


18% 6 


X 


36% 


% 


55% 


3 ^ 
24 


74% 

75% fi 


36 


113% 



For Common English Sheet Iron Nos. 25 and 26, the above table will apply as 
it is; but for every fourth number heavier, add % inch to the above measure. 
For Russia Sheet Iron add x /% inch to every fourth number heavier than No. 10. 



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Decimal Equivalents of Millimeters and 
Fractions of Millimeters 



1 mm. = .03937 inches 



Mm. 


Inches 


Mm. 


Inches 


Mm. 


Inches 


1-50 


= .00079 


26-50 


= .02047 


2 


= .07874 


2-50 


.00157 


27-50 


.02126 


3 


.11811 


3-50 


.00236 


28-50 


.02205 


4 


.15748 


4-50 


.00315 


29-50 


.02283 


5 


.19685 


5-50 


. 00394 


30-50 


.02362 


6 


.23622 


6-50 


.00472 


31-50 


.02441 


7 


.27559 


7-50 


.00551 


32-50 


.02520 


8 


.31496 


8-50 


. 00630 


33-50 


.02598 


9 


.35433 


9-50 


.00709 


34-50 


.02677 


10 


.39370 


10-50 


.00787 


35-50 


.02756 


11 


.43307 


11-50 


. 00866 


36-50 


.02835 


12 


.47244 


12-50 


. 00945 


37-50 


.02913 


13 


.51181 


13-50 


.01024 


38-50 


.02992 


14 


.55118 


14-50 


.01102 


39-59 


.03071 


15 


.59055 


15-50 


.01181 


40-50 


.03150 


16 


.62992 


16-50 


.01260 


41-50 


.03228 


17 


.66929 


17-50 


.01339 


42-50 


.03307 


18 


. 70866 


18-50 


.01417 


43-50 


. 03386 


19 


. 74803 


19-50 


.01496 


44-50 


. 03465 


20 


. 78740 


20-50 


.01575 


45-50 


.03543 


21 


,82677 


21-50 


.01654 


46-50 


.03622 


22 


.86614 


22-50 


.01732 


47-50 


.03701 


23 


.90551 


23-50 


.01811 


48-50 


.03780 


24 


.94488 


24-50 


.01890 


49-50 


.03858 


25 


.98425 


25-50 


.01969 


1 


.03937 


26 


1.02362 



10 Millimeters = 1 Centimeter = 0.3937 inches 
10 Centimeters = 1 Decimeter = 3.937 inches 
10 Decimeters = 1 Meter = 39.37 inches 
2 . 54 Centimeters = 1 inch 



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Metal Stampings 

We are equipped to make all 
kinds of Metal Stampings from 11 
to 30 gauges. We have our own 
tool department and are always 
glad to quote prices upon receipt 
of blue prints and specifications. 



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Index 



A 

Anchor Paste 117 

Asbestos Paper 68 

Asbestos Cement 68 

Automobile Sheets 59 

Awls, Scratch 197 

B 

Beading Machines. ... 173-176 

Bench Plates 182 

Bracket, Safety Ladder 126 

Boiler Covering 68 

Bolts, Stove 112 

Bucket Ears 140 

Building Papers 68 

Brushes, Acid 124 

Brushes, Paint 124 

C 

Caps, Window and Door 215-216 

Cement, Roof 116-117 

Cement, Furnace 118 

Charcoal 124 

Chisels 192 

Collars, Stove Pipe 86 

Conductor, Heads 202-203 

Conductor, Pipe 13-14 

Copper Sheets 60-64 

Coppers, Soldering 141 

Cornices 206-210 

Cornice Brakes 142 

Corrugated Roofing , . 35 

Crimped Sheets 48 

Crimping Machines 174-176 

Curved Corrugated Sheets 42 

Cut Offs 17 

Can Screws 114 

Culvert Pipe 122-123 

D 

Dampers 91 

Dividers 194 

Dolly, Hand 194 

E 

Eaves Trough 5_7 

Eaves Strip 74 

Eaves Trough, Closing Form 186 

Elbows, Adjustable 84 



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Index ( Continued ) 

Elbows, Conductor. 15-18 

Elbows, Stove Pipe 85-86 

Elbow Edging Machines 172 

Ends, Gutter 9 

F 

Finials 220-226 

Fire Doors 227 

Fire Pots 70-71 

Folding Machines 161-165 

Forming Machines 166-167 

Flashing, Corrugated 46 

Flue Stops 86 

Furnace Pipe 88 

Furnace Cement 118 

G 

Grooving Machines 168 

Grooving Tools 191 

Gutter 5-7 

Gutter Beading Machines 179 

Gutters, Roof 10-12 

H 

Hammers 189-191 

Handles, Soldering Copper 141 

Hangers, Conductor and Gutter 21-32 

Hooks, Pipe 31-32 

Hoop Iron 73 

L 

Ladders 125-126 

Lead Washers 39 

M 

Mallets 189 

Metal Ceilings 127-139 

Mitres 8 

Milk Cans 119-121 

N 

Nails 48 

Notching Machines 179 

Nippers, Cutting 195 

O 

O. G. Box Gutters 10-12 

Ornamental Ridgings 211-214 

Outlets, Gutter 9 

Ovens 89-90 



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Index (Continued) 

P 

Paint 115 

Pans, Galvanized 219 

Paper Roofing 66 

Paste, Cold Water 117 

Paste, Soldering 73 

Pipe, Conductor 13-14 

Pipe Crimpers 177 

Pipe Crimper, Square 152 

Pliers 195-196 

Punches 143, 152, 178, 193 

R 

Registers 92-104 

Reamer and Socket Wrench 187 

Ridge Roll 45 

Ridging, Special 47 

Ridging, Ornamental 211-214 

Rivets 112 

Rivet Sets 192 

Roof Cement 116-117 

Roofing Folder 187 

Roofing Paper _ 66 

Roofing, Slate Surfaced 66 

Roofing, Double Cross Lock 33 

Roofing, 2 and 3-V Crimped 34 

Roofing, Corrugated 35 

Roofing, Standing Seam 41 

Rule, Tinners Steel 197 

Register Heads 105-108 

Roses, Zinc 114 

S 

Scrapers . 190 

Seamers 185, 186, 188 

Setting Down Machines 171 

Shanks and Circles 21-25 

Shears 147-160 

Sheets, Automobile 59 

Sheets, Black '. 59 

Sheets, Copper 60-64 

Sheets, Corrugated 35 

Sheets, Crimped 48 

Sheets, Galvanized 49-58 

Sheets, Toncan 49 

Shingles, Galvanized 46 

Shingles, Slate Surfaced 67-69 

Siding, Pressed Brick 40 



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Index (Continued) 

Siding, Rock Faced 40-41 

Siding, Weatherboard 42 

Skylights 204-205 

Slaters' Tools - 183 

Snips - 144-151 

Snow Guards 75-76 

Solder 72 

Soldering, Coppers - 141 

Screws, Sheet Metal 113 

Seamer, Double Pipe 178 

Soldering Fluid 73 

Soldering Paste 73 

Stakes 180-182 

Steel, Straight Edge 180 

Stove Bolts • • • H2 

Stove Lining • 1 18 

Stove Pipe ■ • 87 

Stove Pipe Collars - 86 

Stove Pipe Reducers - 87 

Stove Pipe Thimbles 88 

Strainer Cloth, Brass 48 

Strainers, Wire Conductor 19-20 

T 

Tanks, Galvanized 217, 219 

Tin Plate 77-83 

Tin Roll 81 

Tongs. 184-185 

Tools 143-197 

Troughs, Galvanized 218 

Turning Machines 169-170 

Torches 70 

V 

Valley, Special 47 

Ventilators - 198-201 

W 

Wall Boards 68 

Wall Ties 74 

Washers, Lead < 39 

Wire Ill 

Wiring Machines 170 

Wood Roofing Folders 187 

Wall Stack, Angles 109-110 

Z 

Zinc 64-65 



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